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Old 12-12-2005, 06:28 PM
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Default I play a \"C\"................I hear a \"F#\"

Hey Everyone!

I am using an Oxygen8 with Reason (2.5), rewired into PT (6.4). For some reason when I play a middle C (C1) on the keyboard, I hear a F# (F#1).

But when I trigger a C(C1) using the keyboard map on the left side of the edit window in Reason, it plays the correct note.

It seems like perhaps a midi setting has changed that I am unaware of. Anyone experienced this or have any troubleshooting ideas?

Greatly appreciated!

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