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I have a yamaha wx11 and sends c sharp instead of c and a sharp

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I have a yamaha wx11 and sends c sharp instead of c and a sharp intend of g
Submitted: 3 years ago.
Category: Electronic Musical Instruments
Expert:  Rusty replied 3 years ago.
Hello, my name is Rusty. Adjust your loose lip/tight lip setting, then set your lip zero setting. Lip zero can throw off the tune, as this is used for pitch bending.

If it's only 2 notes, disconnect the controller for 15 minutes to reset it. Draining all power will allow the controller to have a fresh start.

If it's still not working, we'll have to look into repair. Please tell me the results.
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Hi Rusty,


I haven't given any feed back because although your suggestion makes sense I haven't been able to get the WX11 working yet.

The connection is as follows :-WX11---- YAMAHA BT7-------USB ----- LOGIC AUDIO PRO 9 on apple OSX 10.8 5

I have been using the WX11 for about two years and it worked well until recently.

Regards

Helon
Expert:  Rusty replied 3 years ago.
Ok, let's take a closer look. Is it all Cs and Gs, or just a certain one?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

All Cs on all octaves and all Gs on all octaves.

Expert:  Rusty replied 3 years ago.
Ok, and how are the other notes responding to lip pressure? Can you get them to pitch bend easily?
Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Yes

Expert:  Rusty replied 3 years ago.
Ok, and on the C and G, can you pitch bend them up to D and A?

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