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Posted on Fri, Nov 29 2019 16:48
by fritzflotow
Joined on Mon, Apr 23 2007, Posts 330

I mostly like VIpro and Synchron Player. There are some things I prefer how they are hadled in most Kontakt-Libraries, however.

I want to start with the most important to me: When I have short notes (Staccato or Spiccato) I prefer using Velocity for dynamics. When I play medium to long notes, I prefer using a controller so shape the sound. How this is solved in VIpro or Synchron player is that you can globaly change that for all articulations, which can also be remotely changed. While that might be great for some, it is not to me. How I would like to see that is having the option to descide per articulation, how it is handle, automatically. At least as an option. I would really like to see that feature both for VIpro and Synchron Player.

Ho do you guys see that? Both oter VSL users and staff? Almost any Library I know with Keyswitches uses Velocity for short notes and CC for longs. On some you can even decide it for sourself (e.g. Capsule). Having to switch that manually really seems counter-intuitive to me.

Posted on Fri, Nov 29 2019 16:57
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 13508

Hi Fritz, 

You must have missed that in the manual / videos.

I have attached screenshots for you. 

Best, 
Paul

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Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Fri, Nov 29 2019 17:26
by fritzflotow
Joined on Mon, Apr 23 2007, Posts 330

Hi Paul,

thanks! Got it! I have watched those tutorial, it is just some time ago ...

What threw me: you can only see this option with short notes selected. Now that I know that, i found the option. :-) This is, what I was looking for, wonderful! Then I would like to make only a slight suggestion: for short notes, this should be off by default. Maybe not essential, but a tiny thing that would make using VSL a bit more intuitive, as this is how the majority of libraries work. Thank you!

Posted on Fri, Nov 29 2019 17:29
by Paul
Joined on Sat, Aug 03 2002, Vienna, Posts 13508

Hi, 

So which short notes should be included? Repetitions as well? Portatos also? 

Those are tough decisions to make => for so many other people. And you will never ne loved by everybody. 

So our decision is to give you the option :)

Best,
Paul

Paul Kopf
Product Manager - Vienna Symphonic Library
Posted on Sun, Dec 01 2019 01:41
by plowman
Joined on Sat, Dec 13 2003, Posts 1153

"...you can only see this option with short notes selected."

To clarify, any patch slot will show this option, no matter the length or nature of the sample. You may have clicked on a parent slot (like "Short notes" in the string presets). Parent slots will not show wave-related options (velocity crossfades, start offsets and discrete output settings). 

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