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bnsrowe

New Member
Thank you for your videos, I've learned a lot from them! Maybe I am doing something wrong but when I try to use Cineperc it has a tendency to have a bad " machine gun " type sound. Is there a trick to getting the sensitivity dialed in correctly?
 

kmaster

Sleepy Member
Thank you for your videos, I've learned a lot from them! Maybe I am doing something wrong but when I try to use Cineperc it has a tendency to have a bad " machine gun " type sound. Is there a trick to getting the sensitivity dialed in correctly?
What patches?
 

bnsrowe

New Member
What patches?
The orch ens patch is what I try to use most but it seems all at the max velocity are the same sample. I'm starting to question if it could be my current controller ( Akai Mpk249 ) It tends to be either in the 20-50 to 100-127 velocity range only. Even with turning the velocity gain to -20 and a steep curve. Otherwise the library is all max velocity with every hit.
 

kmaster

Sleepy Member
The orch ens patch is what I try to use most but it seems all at the max velocity are the same sample. I'm starting to question if it could be my current controller ( Akai Mpk249 ) It tends to be either in the 20-50 to 100-127 velocity range only. Even with turning the velocity gain to -20 and a steep curve. Otherwise the library is all max velocity with every hit.
Then yeah, it's probably something in your input setup. Most of those instruments have multiple round robins and multiple dynamic layers.

Try sequencing a MIDI test divorced from your keyboard's raw input (that is, choose the exact velocities at regular intervals) and see what you can hear then.
 
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