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Synchron Player Keyswitch Behavior?
Last post Sat, Jul 10 2021 by kmm08, 3 replies.
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Posted on Fri, Jul 09 2021 21:53
by kmm08
Joined on Mon, Dec 22 2003, Posts 58

Just noticed odd thing when playing around with Synchron Brass. Say your switching back and forth between Short & Long Articulations. If you then select a long note "Type such as Regular (KS - C5) and then switch back to Short notes, the Type has also switched to (KS - C5) even if it wasn't on that Type previously. Same goes with Legato Dynamics, etc. It appears that the keyswitches for all the articulations are linked together. Was this intentional, and is there anyway to unlink them? Some of these are not related to each other at all, so yoou wouldn't want them necessarily all to change.

Posted on Sat, Jul 10 2021 09:48
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 13012

Hi Kevin, 

Already answered this in your email to support... This is intended behaviour, it should help to stay, e.g., in the same vibrato stage when switching from Long Notes to Legato. 

You can always just move the short note slots around in a dimension to fit your arrangement, of course. 


Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Sat, Jul 10 2021 12:25
by kmm08
Joined on Mon, Dec 22 2003, Posts 58

Yes, that part of it makes sense, especially with similar articulations like the long notes and legato. The question has to do more with when switching between non-related articulations such as between long and short notes, repetitions, etc. After messing around with the presets a bit, it appears that if you move the keyswitches for a "Type" such as the shorts, to different keys on the keyboard (different than say the longs/legato), then they seem to become unlinked from the others. Or I guess you could always set the keyswitches for that "Type" to "None" as well, and just switch manually if/when needed. Although I've had the Synchron player since it was released, I haven't spent much time till now creating my own custom presets with it, especially when trying to reorganize the many articulations/keyswitches included. I generally try to match them as close as possible to the rest of my libraries.

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