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Roland rd600 is there a common problem related to the lowest octave or lowest eight keys to having stopped working?

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SOURCE: roland fantom g8, problem, The last 2 octaves do

Read page 135 regarding the note range settings. Look also for keyboard split information. You may have the keyboard set to NOT play notes in the top octaves for the particular voice you are using.

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It is important to realize how these keyboards work. ( I assumed you cleaned the black rubber dot that forms the contact.)

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