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Posted on Thu, Jul 08 2021 09:01
by patmaddox
Joined on Tue, Jun 05 2018, Posts 55

There's a technique that I use in VIP that I'm not sure how to do in Synchron. I set the dynamic range to minimum, use expression to get the volume I want, and use the velocity to select the correct sample layer.

Synchron has a Dynamic Range control as well, but it is very subtle - unless I enable velocity x-fade. But the technique I'm describing doesn't use velocity x-fade. With velocity x-fade off, minimizing the dynamic range barely has an effect.

Is it possible to configure Synchron to not use midi velocity for volume, and instead only use it to select the sample layer?

p.s. what happened to the manuals? I seem to remember there being a pretty comprehensive manual for Synchron player. I can't find that anywhere now - there is this manual that looks kind of like a quick guide, and doesn't mention "Dynamic Range" in any of its sections.

Posted on Thu, Jul 08 2021 09:42
by Angelus
Joined on Mon, Jul 23 2007, Wiltshire, UK, Posts 57

I'm mainly a VIP user, but I'll have a go...

Isn't this where the various "dimension controllers" come in? If you assign one of the "Dim.Ctrl" as the slot controller of your stack of layers, then you can in turn assign velocity to it.

Posted on Thu, Jul 08 2021 12:43
by Ben
Joined on Sat, Mar 06 2021, Los Angeles, Posts 94

Originally Posted by: patmaddox Go to Quoted Post

I seem to remember there being a pretty comprehensive manual for Synchron player. I can't find that anywhere now - there is this manual that looks kind of like a quick guide

This is exactly this manual + additional information, that were not available in the PDFs.

Ben @VSL
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