When children (or adults) start out learning the names and locations of the notes on the piano, they usually start with middle C and its immediate neighbors (that C being the most convenient one, directly in front of the player and usually very close to, or underneath, the nameplate of the piano near the middle of the keyboard. As beginning piano students gradually work their way up and down from this reference point, they also get to know the keys towards the extremes of the keyboard. In one system that has been around since anyone can remember, the notes are numbered according to the octave in which they lie, and each new octave starts with C (not A as you might expect). There are numerous reasons why there have been so many key numbering or labeling systems throughout history.
Singers and instrumentalists often have their own unique systems for what to call the notes.
A second system, used currently by piano tuners, numbers the keys on the piano from 1 to 88. With the advent of MIDI, the Musical Instrument Digital Interface designed to hook electronic and acoustic pianos, synthesizers, samplers, and other types of keyboards together, there is still another system (Figure 4).
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Hi, In Music Maker 16 and Premium it is possible therefore, I think if you check Pdf help file which could be in the Program folder of Music Maker 17 open that and locate Midi object.

If the name is short, like on our fabulous Steinbald piano example below, middle C may actually be slightly to the left of the name. Part of the problem stems from the fact that the piano keyboard has not always had 88 keys. Piano makers added keys at each end of the piano keyboard as composers and musicians demanded more range. In addition, Brittanica feels the need to use the terms high C and low C to further explain what they mean. The MIDI system specifies Middle C as note # 60, and then works downward and upward from there. They also frequently get mixed up about which octave A, D, F, G, E or B they should be playing.
As a matter of fact, since the time of its invention the piano keyboard has started and ended on a number of different keys.
Some instrumentalists and singers are not familiar with keyboards, so to them, Middle C might not have much significance.
In the MIDI specification, as a result of binary language (7-bit words, or 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2 x 2), there are 128 notes possible, so it was evidentally decided to extend the range far above and below that of the standard 88 key keyboard. Hopefully you will be able to fill in the remaining (upper) part of the keyboard yourself.) Thus, the first C at the far left of the keyboard is C-1, the next C an octave up is C-2, then C-3, C-4, C-5 etc on up to C-8 at the top of the keyboard. Using middle C as a reference point might, however, be one way to communicate if you frequently work with keyboard musicians who use keyboards or synths that have only 61 or 76 notes, but who do know where Middle C is.

This will, no doubt, bring yet one more element of confusion to the problems of what to call the keys on the piano. Over the many years since the invention of keyboard instruments, there have been several systems devised to specify which note is being referred to. It should be easy enough to remember that Middle C is right next to or under the piano name, but lots of folks still forget. The pdf file tell about external keyboard "musical keyboard" I want configure keys of PC Computer keyboard.
Many times, too, pianos get refinished, and the name doesn't always get put back on the fallboard; or else it gets rubbed off after many years of playing. As the compass of the keyboard has expanded at both ends, new systems had to be evolved; and because people are reluctant to give up what they have spent time learning, many of the older systems still persist in one form or another. And since there are at least 3 or more of these systems in general use today, it can get quite confusing, since the systems often use the same names to refer to different keys.
Currently there does not seem to be any universally accepted system that accommodates both long and short keyboards.

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