Keyboard Changed Octaves - Need to change back

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Keyboard Changed Octaves - Need to change back

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After about 14 years sitting in my garage, I finally pulled out and dusted off my old EX5, plugged it in and turned it on and it fired up nicely. HOWEVER, I put my music notebook on top of it and opened it up. The cover hit a bunch of buttons and now middle C is two octaves lower and I cannot figure out how to change it back. Can anyone give me some directions? I am perusing the manual but its been so long much of the terminology isn't syncing. :confusion-confused:

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Re: Keyboard Changed Octaves - Need to change back

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You have two octave shift buttons by the mod wheels. Try selecting those to shift it back.

There is also a global transpose setting in the utility mode that is worth checking.

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