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With the assumption that you have the proper equipment to record this, what you are asking can all be done with Audacity. Record your track(s), then go to File -> Save Project As. Create a folder and save the project within that folder. This will create a sub folder called "[filename]_data" and a file named "[filename].aup". To open this file in the future, ...


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It's 4 octaves + C: CDEFGAB CDEFGAB CDEFGAB CDEFGAB CDEFGAB C. You count 4 octaves from the starting note and add the starting note again: C1-C2 (first octave), C2-C3 (second), C3-C4(third), C4-C5(fourth), C5-C6(fifth), as above. The first example you provided: CDEFGAB CDEFGAB CDEFGAB CDEFGAB CDEFGAB is 5 octaves minus a minor second. The second example: ...


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Yes, every bar/chord change needs to be pedaled using the right pedal. This, on an acoustic piano, will keep the notes sounding after you've lifted your fingers off. On a digital type piano, it'll have the same sort of effect, but produced differently. Some pedals are not that effective. Watching a youtube version of this, you can see the dampers on a grand ...


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You have a few immediate options: Make one yourself Buy parts for another keyboard and rewire (Some keyboards have modular wheel sections that can be removed. Trade in/up your controller for one with what you need on it :) Other than that, this will be hard to find because almost every controller and keyboard sold comes with this on board, and those that ...



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