[P-115] How do I transpose the keyboard?

Last Update: 8/31/2020

You can shift or transpose the pitch of the entire keyboard up or down in semitones.
The keys that need to be pressed are between F#4 and F#5 whose center is C5: two octaves below the highest white key (C7).

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To transpose the pitch down (to play lower notes than the actual keys)
While holding down [METRONOME RHYTHM] and [PIANIST STYLE] buttons, press the B4 key to F#4.
For example, when you press the A#4 key, the pitch is transposed down two semitones (C will become A# or B-flat).

To transpose the pitch up (to play higher notes than the actual keys)
While holding down [METRONOME RHYTHM] and [PIANIST STYLE] buttons, press the C#5 key to F#5.
For example, when you press the D#5 key, the pitch is transposed up three semitones (C will become D# or E-flat).

To restore the original pitch
While holding down [METRONOME RHYTHM] and [PIANIST STYLE] buttons, press the C5 key.
See the picture above.

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Yamaha, Musical Instruments, Digital Pianos, P115WH, P115B, series

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