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  1. I recently purchased a wk6600 keyboard. Is there any certain angle I must store it? Can I store it on it's back or side?
  2. I won't be I using my Px for a bit of time and need to store it. Space is limited and I have it in the gig bag in the vertical position. It's slightly leaning back against some other items. The keys aren't the end leaning forward though. Is there any harm keeping it stored somewhat upright?
  3. While I have owned my WK-7500 for almost two years, I finally connected it to my MacBook Pro via Data Manager. It works fine. I am curious to hear from other WK-7500 owners about how you use and benefit from Data Manager. Do you use it mainly as a backup device? I envision using it to store numerous, large Song Sequences (since the unit stores only 5) and then load them back into the WK-7500 as needed. What about you? Share your ideas no matter how basic they seem. The synergy of fresh ideas almost always yields more creativity and user satisfaction.
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