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Vienna Synchron Player, Big Bang Orchestra and Key Switching
Last post Sat, Jan 18 2020 by Masi, 2 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Dec 17 2019 16:30
by Ross Creative Computers
Joined on Tue, Jan 12 2016, Posts 11


I have a Roland FA-06 keyboard with 61 keys.

When using the Vienna Synchron Player with the Big Bang Orchestra, the key switching displayed on the screen (in Vienna Suynchron) seems to be below the range of my keyboard.

Can this be adjusted? I would like your keyboard graphic to coincide with my keyboard, so that the lowest notes on my keyboard could be used for key switching.

Sorry for any confusion. This is difficult to explain.

Hopefully, this is a commonly-asked question.

Thanks in advance for your help.


Mark A. Ross

Posted on Sat, Jan 18 2020 19:35
by Masi
Joined on Sat, May 11 2013, Posts 29

When you click on the top row buttons (instruments, articulation, etc) a menu opens. There you can assign any key range you like. The key you choose will be to bottom key for the column you are editing. The options are note (black and white keys) or white note (only white keys).

But moving the keys switches up will make you loose to bottom notes for the orchestra. I suggest you revert to MIDI programs or dimensions controllers configured to CC numbers.


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