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# Which key is higher C or G?

C = 0 or A

G = S or C

Key 5:

C = 6 or D

D = 9 or E

E = O or G

Key 6:

C = 13 or F

F = 16 or J

J = 4 or L

Key 7:

C = 18 or N

N = 23 or R

R = 6 or P

Key 8:

C = 2 or Z

Z = 8 or F

The Key 8 sequence was developed by the author of this keyboard and includes seven keys at the keyboard and one key in the upper corner. This gives a total of 10 keys at any one time, one for each of the nine functions. This can help to explain how the key-placement arrangement can be combined with the key-combinations to give the full possible effect of the keyboard.

It is important that users know how to use the right sequence. When learning how to use a keyboard, take the time to look at your own hand and hand proportions for the thumb, pinky and index finger. Make sure to know how to play a musical key – or that finger’s position in relation to the other four fingers/fingers; for example, if your thumb is closer to the pinky’s, then play the first note to get the full effect. Remember that you should not feel the keyboard in the same way when you are using the keys listed below.

To play an A chord on the octave (lower finger: octave A, middle finger: octave B, ring finger: octave C) you will most likely need to make sure that you play at the correct keys, as all the notes on the keyboard will change when you move from lower to upper or upper to lower. However, if your octave A is a major chord and you will need to play both the A and B notes, the most natural way is to move the octave A down to E and then the B up to F.

By knowing how the keys are placed on your keyboard, it becomes easier to play and learn. The more keys the better, as each key represents one full range of pitch movements.

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