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Well, one thing to note is that you are planning to use this live and presumably in settings with an audience of less than 1000. Most answers here focus on getting the best kind of Hammond sound (or actually any) for recordings or a P.A. The least-effort answer for that is to get a keyboard/expander with a good Hammond sound. But there is another ...


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All the manuals and documentation for the Yamaha CP5 can be found at this link: http://download.yamaha.com/search/product/?language=en&site=usa.yamaha.com&category_id=16365&product_id=1048812 The answer to your question is on page 27 of the English-language Reference Manual at the above link -- it is not found in the Owners Manual, which is a ...


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I'm not sure why you would need to transpose anything. If I were trying to play this on a keyboard from the sheet music you linked to, I would just play the chords in the key of B flat as written (B flat, Dm, E flat, Bflat etc.) and play the melody with the right hand. The numbers refer to the notes of the scale so in B flat, 1 = B flat, 2 = C, 3 = D, 4 = ...



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