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Old August 5th, 2007, 11:40 AM
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Keyrite steps

I see in the manual that each number that changes the key, is called a half step. Can the key be changed in smaller increments, than this half step?
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I see in the manual that each number that changes the key, is called a half step. Can the key be changed in smaller increments, than this half step?
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Old August 6th, 2007, 07:36 AM
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Dale is right, the current Keyrite is preset to half-tone steps for the Karaoke market, and to reduce the complexity of the product and development costs.

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Old August 9th, 2007, 01:46 AM
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I see in the manual that each number that changes the key, is called a half step. Can the key be changed in smaller increments, than this half step?
No offense but why would you want to take any song more than 1/2 step off from the original tuning? !/2 steps are standard steps in music ie... G to G# then G# to A etc... There should be no reason to use smaller increments, none that I see anyway.

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N0ot sue either, but I have heard of some that use quarter tones for tuning their guitar.
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I would like to see a few more 1/2 steps to the right and left?
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