Since a few months I've been trying to learn some songs by myself on an old keyboad and I am enjoying it a lot. Since i enjoyed it more than i would've thougt, i looked around on the internet for software to help me learn to play 'the piano'.
The old keyboard i mentioned, a Yamaha Psr-260, has a MIDI IN and MIDI OUT port so i've bought myself a MIDDI to usb cable to connect to my laptop to use the software. When using this software, some of the keys i played werent registerd and transfered into sound by this software.
So i stumbled upon MIDI-OX to determin the problem. When I run MIDI-OX, it shows that the keys that i play that are not making any sound on my laptop, have weird names.For example: all my c keys register correctly exept middle c (which has to be c4) i have c2, c3, c12, c5 and c6. So the c12, that should be a c4, isn't playing because it simply doesn't exist. The other ones play just fine
I have the same problem with a few other keys. all these keys register in MIDI ox as for example b13 or e12.
So my question, is there any resolution for my problem, a way to alter the signal of the keys so the software could recognize all of them?
To my knowlege, there aren't any drivers for the keyboard, it should be plug and play. In the device manager on my Windows 10, it says that my keyboard (USBMIDI2.0) works fine and has the latest drivers.
I'm sorry for my bad english and the unclear way of explaining my problem but i'm new to all of this