How to (re)calibrate the potentiometer-based controls (wheels, pedals, aftertouch, breath, pads) - Keylab

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This tip applies to KeyLab 49 & 61 keyboards only!

1/ Recalibrate a control Min & Max positions

a/ Boot the KeyLab while holding the Sound + Multi buttons.
The screen should display:  "AD Range select, move A/D Item."

b/ Move the control of your choice to select it and start it's calibration.

c/ Redefine it's minimum value by turning it up and press the Value encoder to validate this position. 
Note: The pitchwheel Min & Max values are reversed. To reach the minimum value, the wheel has to be moved in the upper position instead of the lower position.

d/ Once it's done, turn the Preset (Value) encoder to select the Max value and repeat the operation by fully turning the pitchwheel down.
Then press the Value encoder to validate this position. 
Note: The pitchwheel Min & Max values are reversed. To reach the maximum value, the wheel has to be moved in the lower position instead of the upper position.

  • Press the param encoder to save the changes, and reboot the keyboard to exit the calibration mode.

2/ Recalibrate the center & dead zone. (Pitch-wheel only) 

To do that, press the Edit > Curve and browse the following parameters with the Param encoder to recalibrate them:

a/ The Pitch-wheel center: With the value encoder, you can offset by +30/-30 the center position of your pitch-wheel. 
To validate the changes, press the value encoder.

b/ The Pitch-wheel dead zone: With the value encoder, you can adjust the width of your dead zone from 0 to 30.

  • Press the param encoder to save the changes, and reboot the keyboard to exit the calibration mode.

  • If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us.