I agree that that a velocity of 9 is ridiculously low. Same issue with BDT, I think they must all have super sensitive keyboards at Spitire HQ. But you can go into the instrument in Kontakt and edit the velocity curve up to 20, which helps quite a lot. (Any higher and it will start affecting the legato). I’ve asked spitfire it we might get a way to disable, or somehow scale this in a future update. Actually a standard non-performance patch would be nice to have also. There’s a good discussion of this on the main spitfire thread. But the 30s fix is to adjust the velocity curve.Yes, thank you. I did read the manual though..and I know that the overlays are triggered by velocity, but why they chose a velocity of 9? How you can perform that? you have to have like cloudy super sensitive cat claws to trigger that low velocity, I can´t.. anyways: Did you try with the cello lets say an A minor triad playing up and down over an octave with connected notes? Just curious, I really couldn´t get let that sound anything descent. I mean..can somebody post maybe something where he achieves anything like that? Its sounds maybe funny I know and its not that I normally have problems finding out how a library works. (I mean thats not my first spitfire library...)
Hard to I say what your issue with the cello is. Maybe it speed? I find that the legato on the cello is almost but not quite fast enough to do the famous Bach prelude.