Yamaha PSR-S770 - Splitting and Transposing

by Moses
(Kampala, Uganda )

My keyboard (Yamaha PSR-S770) is transposed by 2 on the right side and not on the left side. So its hard to split sounds as the sides are all in different keys. How do I take this back to normal, where both the right and left splittings are in the same key.? Pls help

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Dec 14, 2022
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Yamaha PSR-S770 - Splitting and Transposing NEW
by: Anonymous

To reset the transposition on your keyboard, follow these steps:

Press the "Function" button on your keyboard to access the settings menu.

Use the arrow keys to navigate to the "Transpose" setting.

Press the "Enter" or "OK" button to select the transpose setting.

Use the arrow keys to adjust the transpose value to 0. This will reset the transposition on your keyboard and both the right and left sides will be in the same key.

Press the "Exit" or "OK" button to save the changes and exit the settings menu.

Alternatively, you can also refer to your keyboard's manual for detailed instructions on resetting the transposition settings.

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by: Anonymous

To fix the issue with your keyboard, you can try changing the transpose settings in the keyboard's settings menu. Most keyboards have a transpose function that allows you to adjust the pitch of the keyboard's notes up or down by a certain number of semitones. In your case, you would want to set the transpose value to -2 on the right side of the keyboard to match the left side.

If you are not sure how to access the transpose settings on your keyboard, you can consult the user manual for your specific model. The user manual should provide detailed instructions on how to access and adjust the transpose settings on your keyboard.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.

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