by Tony Ostinato; Mon Nov 12, 2012 1:31 am
also i use insert piz here midiconvert3 to do cc compression/scaling
for keyswitches you could use insert piz here midichords to map the keyswitch key along with your actual played pitch key at the same time and use different octave ranges to trigger different keyswitch settings.
i remember trying that in nuendo/chorder and not having it respond smoothly, havent tried midichords but now that youve reminded me i think i will this week.
i gigged last night and havent setup my laptop to look and make 100% sure but i think i max out velocity on all notes and do everything with dynamics and expression. i can get the ppp to fff just using those.
very exciting to hear its going well and about cpu etc.
the only additional thing would be to mention again itd be nice to have intonation emulation adjustable, or at least toggled.
beyond that maybe extend the low range into alto flute territory. while handing out candy on holloween i was listening to the great pumpkin charlie brown and thinking how much of that could be passionflute except for the lowest notes.
or maybe do alto flute as another product,as well as bass flute, and human whistling too.
by Gregjazz; Mon Nov 12, 2012 1:38 pm
Maddcow wrote:Is there any way to scale the controller response range? i.e. if the Dynamics fader is assigned to CC#2, is there any way to put upper and/or lower limits to this?
Quick response to this point while I'm reading these replies. Kontakt has a built-in limiter for automation ranges, but you have to navigate to the "Auto" / "Midi Automation" section in Kontakt's left side bar. It's at the bottom of the tab, labeled "From %" and "To %". Are those controls helpful? Or were you hoping for value-specific (e.g. the exact value instead of a percentage) controls?
by Maddcow; Mon Nov 12, 2012 4:14 pm
I hope that makes sense.
by Gregjazz; Mon Nov 12, 2012 4:31 pm
by Maddcow; Mon Nov 12, 2012 6:28 pm
by Tony Ostinato; Wed Nov 28, 2012 10:24 am
its at 7:54
girl1: i wanna know what instrument hes playing
girl2: looks like a clarinet
girl1: i know but it sounds like a flute
girl2: it really does
by Gregjazz; Thu Nov 29, 2012 9:33 am
Great playing, btw!
by Tony Ostinato; Thu Dec 06, 2012 1:54 pm
the silver one makes people think twice.
its pleasing tho that 2 average people identified flute with no problem.
and thanks, i love passionflute and am really looking forward to the update. in the wedding/party band we do hot hot hot and they give me a big solo for the ending and ive been using a trombone sound because passionflute just doesnt work so well on the latin licks id play there but once it does ill be usin that every show because itd be perfect, so therell be lots of recordings of that.
by Gregjazz; Thu Dec 06, 2012 6:42 pm
The hardest part is going to be getting the legato to sound natural, since it's synthetic rather than using legato interval samples.