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Yamaha CBX-K1 Owner's Manual Page 15

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This Wheel controls Pitch Bend on the connected MIDI
device. The Wheel's maximum/minimum positions can
be reversed. (See page 20.)
Changing the Octave Setting
You can easily change the octave range of the CBX-K1
keyboard while playing. In this way the three-octave
keyboard can cover the entire range of MIDI notes, from
C-2 to G8 (0-127).
To shift the keyboard up one octave, press
M. To shift the keyboard down one
octave, press N. When the octave is
changed, the LEDs rapidly flash one, two, three or four
times, according to the selected octave range. For
example, when the setting is changed to two octaves
below normal, the left lamp flashes twice.
Using the CBX-K1 — Basic Operations
When the CBX-K1 is turned on, this Wheel is set to control
Modulation Depth on the connected MIDI device. It can be
set to control other functions; see page 18 for details. The
Wheel's maximum/minimum positions can be reversed.
(See page 20.)
At the lowest and highest octave settings, keys
outside the legal MIDI note range will repeat the center
octave range.


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