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This should be the standard key layout for pianos/keyboards
since it actually actually treats E to F as it would any other half-step. The conventional layout treats the half-step E to F like a whole-step, which results in 24 different required fingerings instead of just 2.
This layout requires you to learn only TWO fingerings
because the intervals separating whole tones are EQUAL.
The black keys are the even whole tones and the white are the odds.
This keyboard is laid out properly.