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Pitch slider not working

I have the sxis 9 and the pitch slider is not working i think it has something to do with the key lock / key change and i dont no how to get it off please halp

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Lol just select pitch and press plus or minus to the desired pitch range and if you want to take off key lock just press keylock till you dont see the keylock symbol.

Posted on Dec 19, 2008

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