We've just rolled out a minor patch, Beta 922, for Virtuosity Drums, mostly focused on minor improvements to polyphony and voice stealing/choking behavior. This will help with realism in situations of loud hits followed by quiet hits on hi-hats, for example.
Please find the latest patch on the Downloads page:
https://www.kvraudio.com/product/virtuo ... /downloads
If you have already downloaded the library, please instead download 'v922 Update Files Only', extract the contents, and copy them so that the 'Programs' folder and other files overwrite their counterparts in your existing installation. Be sure to select 'Replace' when prompted.
The main download links have already been updated to have the patch applied. Please let us know if you have any questions, concerns, or issues with the patch or the library as a whole.
A video walkthrough will be made available later this week for those who have been waiting for that. Otherwise, please consider checking out the manual, which is quite detailed:
https://www.versilstudios.com/Distro/Vi ... Manual.pdf
Thank you for your time and enjoy the library!
Patch notes from dsmolken wrote:Beta 0.922
Off-mode set to normal under every global, so mute times should work as intended now
Whistle self-muting fixed so it works now
Bug with note-selfmasking fixed - details below
Polyphony limiting now is three per mic per key in general, except for snare roll keys which get 6, and hi-hat which gets max because the silence groups there can cause problems
Group numbers added under master headers for mics to get the note_polyphony to keep a separate counter for each mic - kludgy but I'll take it
Fixed bleed controls in basic kit which were totally wrong in 0.920
Polyphony doesn't work well with multiple mics on - fixed
Polyphony limit switched from per kit piece to per key, so note_selfmask will be used and quiet hits won't kill louder ones unrealistically
Hi-hat keys have note_polyphony=MAX because without that stuff behaved weirdly
Hi-hat, triangle and conga should still have more muted articulations mute less-muted ones