jp-8000 all keys are shifted up by two semi-tones.
Old 29th December 2012
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jp-8000 all keys are shifted up by two semi-tones.

Hey Guys, i have bought a jp-8000. Great synth. Having lods of fun with it but all keys are shifted up by two semi-tones. what should play an F is now a G. I might do something very simple totally wrong or it is just really weird. Anyways help would be much appreciated. Thanks :-)
Old 29th December 2012
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Disable key transpose.

edit: to be more specific, see the manual about "Part transpose", page 72.

Quick check if something is broken: change the pitch bend range (also page 72). If you change that and the notes are at a different pitch, the bender is stuck.

Try hooking up an external MIDI controller; if you play a C on there, do you hear a D?
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Disable key transpose.

edit: to be more specific, see the manual about "Part transpose", page 72.

Quick check if something is broken: change the pitch bend range (also page 72). If you change that and the notes are at a different pitch, the bender is stuck.

Try hooking up an external MIDI controller; if you play a C on there, do you hear a D?
Hey Man, thanks i will try that and consult the manual. I have checked though to see if they really are shifted and they are. Everything i export back in logic is up two semi-notes. But it might be the bender. Will try! Thanks :-)
Old 29th December 2012
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Hey Man, thanks i will try that and consult the manual. I have checked though to see if they really are shifted and they are. Everything i export back in logic is up two semi-notes. But it might be the bender. Will try! Thanks :-)
Hey man, thanks it worked. Press: bend range - indicator will blink - press write or pres C4 - all bend range settings have been cancelled.

Thanks :-)
Old 29th December 2012
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What if you move the bender now?

If you do not hear a change in pitch, then the bender is broken/stuck.
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