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Hi my screen got transposed, how to get it in vertical direction?

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Try pressing ctrl+alt+ the direction key you want the display to display

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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.

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I have a Roland E-70 Intelligent Synthesizer, buit the manual does not give instructions on how do transposition. I need to transpose the instrument to play a music in a lower key. For example, when I...


section 7 page 89 of the E-70 manual I downloaded from http://www.rolandus.com/support/owners_manuals/?group=2
describes the use of the transpose button.

In short, you set the value for the transpose function in the parameter menu (section 9 in the manual) ranging from -11 to +11 semitones.

In your case I would set the value for the tranpose button in the menu to minus 2 as you want a full note (= 2 semitones) down from C to B-flat and G to F etc.

And you activate or deactivate the transpose function itself by hitting the transpose button. The little red led next to the button shows whether the function is on (led is lit) or off (led is not lit).

Hope this helps

Mar 12, 2012 | Music

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How to do transposition on Roland E-70 Intelligent Synthesizer from C to B


Hi,
I don't know if you still need this information but here's a button by button guide that I've done. I've got an E-70 myself. Now if I can only find that **** internal battery that stores all my sounds I'd be laughing.

Press Menu (the button on the right underneath the light-up display), make sure the arrows are highlighted around the 'Param' setting and if not, turn the jog dial anti-clockwise to get the arrows there. Press Enter and then on next screen press Enter 5 times to see the Transpose display flash and use the jog dial to change from -11 semitones to +11 semitones and press Enter or backup to come out of this screen. Now, whenever you press the Transpose button (the grey button on the bottom right-5th button in from the right), the keyboard will automatically change. You can store different sounds in different keys, so for example I used to play Knocking On Heaven's Door and had this lovely riff when I played in G but it didn't sound the same if I played it in A so I transposed it to play and performed live in A while playing it in G. As long as you what presets you use for different songs, it's quite easy to get used to.

If you haven't had a response or sorted it out yet, I hope this helps.

Kind regards

Steve

Mar 11, 2012 | Music

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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.

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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...

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In my windows xp the software window size is different. Vertical size in left and right is different.


Hi there.
What you need to do is to adjust the vertical placement of the screen "picture". This can be done directly on your monitor/LCD screen.
The method of adjustment is depending on the type of monitor/LCD screen.
Try to press buttons on the monitor an determine how to do.

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How to clean the screen


Hi there, use only plain water (no cleaning agents) to (slightly) moisten a clean towel, then Gently wipe the screen in a up and down motion, going in same direction the ribs on the screen are running (vertical), this will keep from damaging the screen while cleaning. Avoid using paper towels, they tend to leave behind some tiny particles.

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Transpose feature on the Roland RD-600 digital piano


If you want to play in C and carry the sound of Bb,
1. From C, count down two half-steps to Bb
2. Press and hold the Transpose button and press the key on the keyboard that displays through the window, "-2"
3. To turn off the transpose feature, just press the Transpose button again.

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