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Postby badtiming; Mon Dec 03, 2012 12:49 pm Response to velocity

I regularly use FLS. On its piano roll, it is possible to alter note velocity which is handy for me as I have no keyboard, just use the pc keyboard. Many applications, such as Keys or Oatmeal, work very well to respond to velocity when I alter note velocity on the piano roll. However, this has no effect on Z3TA+2 or Sylenth 1. I have studied the manuals on both, but find no real info for such a basic requirement. Response to velocity is paramount for leads. Does anyone else find velocity problems on certain synthes and, if so, which ones?
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Postby xoxos; Tue Dec 04, 2012 10:43 am

are the presets patched for velocity response?
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Postby BertKoor; Wed Dec 05, 2012 6:14 am

Early popular analog synths did not have any velocity sensitive keyboards. One of the first mass produced synths that had this ability was the Yamaha DX-7, which started production in 1983.

So the answer I think is, that although your synths have the ability, it is not used so to mimic as truely as possible these old synths.

I had a look at a screenshot of the GUI of Sylenth1, Velocity is in the Mod1/Mod2 section (bottom right) available as a modulation source.
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