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    KS keys for "full Strings"

    This is embarassing. I did my duty and did a search but found nothing. Probably because the question is so dumb: I have a full 88 key keyboard. The "Full Strings" patch goes from C1 to D7. That leaves 3 keys at the bottom and 10 keys at the top.

    Where are the KS controlling keys?

    (On this keyboard middle C is called C4)

    Ed

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    Re: KS keys for "full Strings"

    Ed,

    Your keyboard should have the ability to transpose. Use this function to access notes below the standard range of your keyboard for instruments that have keyswitches in a lower octave.

    Tom

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    Re: KS keys for "full Strings"

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom Hopkins
    Ed,

    Your keyboard should have the ability to transpose. Use this function to access notes below the standard range of your keyboard for instruments that have keyswitches in a lower octave.

    Tom
    I never answered. Yes, that solved the problem.

    Thanks,

    Ed

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