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    Senior Member Tom_Davis's Avatar
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    Tuning

    I have just upgraded the GPO and Kontakt2 and everything is working well. However, I just noticed that whatever key I trigger on the keyboard triggers a key one step lower on the virtual jeyboard - and produces a tone 1 step lower than I wanted.

    I must have hit something. Anyone have an idea how to fix this?

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    Re: Tuning

    Hi Tom,
    This is likely a problem with your MIDI controller. You have probably selected "transpose" somewhere and so it is sending the data one step lower. Usually this can be reset by pressing the Octave Up and Octave Down keys at the same time.

    Hope this helps,
    Reegs

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    Re: Tuning

    Many thanks, Reegs! I tried the suggested fix and still no help. However, I finally decided that the problem had to be with the keybaord. I tried all the resets and nothing helped. As a final act of desperation, I simply unplugged the keyboard, let it sit for about 5 minutes and plugged it back in. Now everything works perfectly. What was wrong or what button had been pushed - I have no idea. But hey, now it works.

    The Kontakt2 and CMB software are outstanding.

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    Re: Tuning

    Quote Originally Posted by Tom_Davis
    I simply unplugged the keyboard, let it sit for about 5 minutes and plugged it back in.
    That always seems to work

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    Re: Tuning

    Lo-tech fixes FTW!!
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    Re: Tuning

    Ummm, "FTW?"

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    gamer lingo - "For the Win"
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