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In what way is a 60-key keyboard different from an 88-key keyboard? (read description) Answered

Do they just take off 9 keys from the far right & left edges? What, then, is the point of doing that?

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NachoMahma

9 years ago

. The missing key are usually replaced by using some form of combination

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caitlinsdadNachoMahma

Answer 9 years ago

I was in the pet store with Caitlin and overheard someone asking the clerk "What's the difference between the 10 gallon fish tank and the 20 gallon tank?" I had to blurt out "10 gallons!"

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NachoMahmacaitlinsdad

Answer 9 years ago

. I guess I should pay more attention to which forum msgs are posted in. ;)

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caitlinsdad

9 years ago

Are you talking about a piano or electronic keyboard like an organ or synthesizer? 61 keys is a normal 5-octave keyboard. The full range one is 88 keys. Electronic keyboards usually have a switch or control to change the octave settings of the keys you hit to get the extended range up or down.