The other approach is to use software that can change the values of the actual Note On/Off events so that the song is transposed to the desired octave and key. That way the song will always play in the specified key regardless of your keyboard's capabilities. I think you should be able to do this in just about any DAW-- select all of the Note events in the piano roll and move them up or down en masse the desired number of steps. If the DAW displays each channel as a separate track then you would need to do this for each track (channel). When you're done, export the modified tracks to a new MIDI song file.
How do I change the chord of a song? IE: the song is in A and I want to change it to a G.
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