You can add a bit of material to an individual note with a soldering iron to lower the pitch.
Hello, I suggest to use the harmony to substitute the missing note. Sometimes your brain places the sound even if it is not there. In any case the first thing you must try is to transpose the whole song to the best fitting tone to have the less missing notes as possible.
Let me put you an example: you want C#4 (in A major 7 tone). If you play A3 E4 G4 simultaneously, you will "hear" the missing note even if it is not there. It works better sometimes than other, but you should try.
When this happens, what I do is based on the Sheppard Tone Illusion. So for example, if I have CDEFGA in octave 3 in my sheet music, but G and A are missing in octave 3 in music boxes, I would punch in C3, D3, E3+E2, F3+F2, G2, A2.
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