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    What if keyswitches are out of my keyboard\'s range?

    What if an instrument\'s keyswitches are below what my keyboard can play? I have a 76 key synth. Am I then required to use the virtual keyboard to switch ?

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    Re: What if keyswitches are out of my keyboard\'s range?

    Buy a full-length keyboard with 88 keys... He he!

    Actually, this was problem for me with 61-keys too,
    but with my Yamaha KX88, no problem and it\'s heavy and fantastic touch too!
    Anyway, you can edit keyswitches for more suitable keyboard area for you,
    If I remeber, it\'s in properties where you define keyswitch area.
    Normally, area is in lower keys, but you can easily set them for higher octaves too,
    if they are free of samples!

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    Re: What if keyswitches are out of my keyboard\'s range?

    I play Gigastudio through a sequencer. When I need to use a patch with keyswitches out of range, I simply transpose the channel I\'m assigned to down an octave, so that the keys are accessible.

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