To transpose a fragment of music means to shift it into another key, maintaining the same intervals between the notes.

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Eminem's “Without Me” is off key? [on hold]

I feel like I'm going crazy, but after hours of trying to write a cover of this song, I've begun to suspect that it's written a fraction of a semitone between the keys of F# and G (minor). I actually ...
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Transpose on Yamaha PSR-180

I'm new to the keyboard and music. It's possible to transpose on the Yamaha PSR-180 so I can play Moonlight. If it's, how to do it. Thanks.
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How do I play this correctly in key or without?

im trying to learn this song by a Chinese singer. If you look at the score here (it's a keyboard score) you will see on top left corner it says key in Bb however when I transpose that to my keyboard ...
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Why do films sometimes transpose everything by a quarter step?

Sometimes when playing along to music, you notice that the recording is transposed not by a semitone or a whole tone (whereby you could just play along on any normally tuned instrument), but by an ...
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What is the idea of “transposing by perfect unison”?

As far as I understand, a "perfect unison" refer to two notes sounding the same pitch. Why both MuseScore and Sibelius 7 (I work with these two programs) offer a feature to transpose the up or down by ...