Problem with transposing self-created voice tones in Yamaha PSR-E423


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hi all, i need a little help about my yamaha psr-e423. i have created some of my own voice sounds in the keyboards by mixing and changing the parametrs of the given pre-sets and saved them on the registaration memory. but the problem is, every time i select those voices to play while on stage or at practice, the voice automatically goes to the tuning E, but most of the times i have to play in D# tuning (transposing -1), which created a massacre once, then i changed all the tunings to -1 and thus am continuing. but how to slve the problem so that i won't have to transpose over and over while changing the voice sound?.......please gime a solution.........enjoy....
 
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The registration saves the transpose you had when you saved it. Try:Select the registration, transpose it to the correct key and save again.

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Yes AND make sure everything that is in a registration (any registration) stays in the same place with the same name. If you move it or change a name the kboard can't find it anymore.
Maybe you knew this but better sure than sorry.

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thnx for ur replies but i had saved them in my required transpose now (D#/-1) when i first figured that problem. this problem din't occur in my last keyboard but this kb is causing problem. but problem occurs when i perform with any other vocal of E/D voice...isn't there a way to keep the same transpose for all the tones as applyied in built in tones.
 

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