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Prophet 5 owners-pitch wheel range adjusting?

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hi all, i just read through the headers of tech manual for P5rev3, and i didnt see anything regarding this. do you know if the hi/low range can be adjusted? my range goes up minor 7th, and down to minor 3rd. pretty much useless for actual pitching. only thing i see in the tech manual is adjusting the 0 detent range for .000v. thanks for the help.

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I have a P5 Rev. 3, and to my knowledge the pitch wheel bend range is not adjustable/programmable.

 

Hmmmm... Now I'm trying to think of the first synth that had adjustable pitch wheels. Was it the DX-7?

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What should this combination do, Wes ....? Some kind of full reset ?

 

I know on mine when I change the pitch wheel position away from center,

the change in pitch is not equal between all voices, which would make the synth sounding out of tune.... :rolleyes:

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If I remember correctly, it is not adjustable. I haven't come across with any info in the manual. I guess it is fixed.

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It should reset the deadband on the pitch wheel. It is dependent upon which P5 you have. I can't remember off the top of my head which versions it applies to.

 

This will help if your instrument is very touchy pitchwise with the pitch wheel.

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