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My Ketron Sd5 seems to play a different key on the right than on the left. For example if I play a beat in the key of G (left) the right hand side plays in A. Can you help?


You need to check your manual for instructions on key transpose. The right side has been transposed one key higher. If you don't have the manual, try resetting the instrument by removing the internal battery and reinstalling it. Good luck!

Aug 01, 2016 | Ketron SD5-61-Key Arranger Workstation...

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Is there a way to program the whole keyboard to play 1 octave lower?


You can use TRANSPOSE/SETTING button.
Each press the TRANSPOSE/SETTING button cycles through the setting screens. If you accidentally pass the screen you want to use,keep pressing the TRANSPOSE/SETTING button untill the screen appears again.
To lower by one octave,set the value to -12

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You also can use PIANO SETTING button.
Find the setting in page 07 of PIANO SETTING.

Sep 03, 2015 | Casio CTK810 61 Key Keyboard

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Keyboard won't play


Try: turning off keyboard and restarting the computer.
Start up Novation until completely loaded.
Switch on keyboard the set id ports....worth a shot(?)

Keyboard communication can be temperamental when interfacing with computers. Especially when dealing with audio problems, latency problems, inputs and outputs.

Follow the directions specifically in the Novation Manual...it only takes one wrong step to stuff the whole thing up ! :)

Nov 26, 2013 | Novation Music

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Yamaha mm6 transposing by itself


Probably the transpose button on your keyboard has become short. You need to clean the contact by a cleaning agent such as WT-40 or similar one. If not, you need to change the button.

Jul 31, 2012 | Yamaha MM6 61 Key Synthesizer

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The use of the Transposer control. I am very much a beginner in music in spite of my advanced years, and I have been puzzling over how to use this control. Would I be correct that all I need do is to...


A SIMPLE way of looking at the transposer is that it shifts EVERY key on the keyboard left (+) or right (-) by the number of the transpose. ALL keys, black and white are counted. As far as counting sharps and flats I would NOT depend on that. The transpose would for instance allow you to play a song you knew in "C" and have the sounds moved to a different key. For instance, a transpose of +2 would move EVERY C to "sounding" D, C# to D#, D# to F, E to F#, F to G, F# to G#, G to A, G# to A#, A to B, A# to C, and finally B would sound C# pitch. Given a key like G for a song that has one sharp (F#) to play this by keying it in the key of "C" you would use a transpose of +6 or minus 6. The number of key positions (including black) between the key you want to play in and the key the song is in. For a song in D that is played in C you would use either a +2 transpose or a -10 depending on whether you wanted the higher or lower octave to sound. Looking at it this way I do NOT believe the method you proposed would work... Look at it the way I described and you won't go wrong.

Jul 26, 2011 | Yamaha Music

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HI, I have a Roland Juno GI, (5 months old), have not programmed anything into it or changed any settings. However, when I started it today it was flat by 50 cents. I was sure of this by checking a D or G...


It sounds like it is transposed. Look for the transpose function in your user manual. It shifts the keys by half notes either up or down. I would be surprised that factory reset would not clear the transpose setting. First, realize that these keyboards are controlled by a crystal oscillator and they just don't drift enough to shift even one cent worth.

IF the unit is NOT transposed, then the other problem is LIKELY with the pitch bend wheel. Try the action of the wheel and make sure it responds by moving up and down about 50 cents. If it doesn't go both ways, it is possible the mechanism has slipped or been damaged.

Jul 19, 2011 | Roland JUNO-Gi 61-Key Mobile Synthesizer...

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Do you need a computer to use the Novation UltraNova 37-Key Analog-Modeling Synthesizer


The Keyboard comes with inbuilt sounds (Approx 300 Presets and 200 user patches), so you can play it Live without a computer by simply taking AUX outs and it has a wall power supply adapter. You can also connect it to your computer via USB for additional sounds through VST instruments and Plugins. The USB also powers up the Keyboard without the adapter. Hope this helps.

Jun 06, 2011 | Novation UltraNova 37-Key Analog-Modeling...

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I have Casio Ctk-496 and I have MIDI-USB wire. It all works, but Transpose button doesn't transpose and casio chord doesn't work with my computer. And all is still working even if I pull out IN wire from...


Casio Chord is internal to the keyboard and doesn't come out on MIDI. Transpose is similar and while the button may send a MIDI transpose type signal out, the notes will not transpose in your computer...

Mar 30, 2011 | Casio Ctk 496 Electronic Keyboard with 61...

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With the novation xio 25. How do i alter the decay speed of the synth sound?


Try this link:http://www.novationmusic.com/answerbase/en/ or http://www.novationmusic.com/support/xio/

May 14, 2010 | Music

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