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Synchron Woods - clarinet
Last post Wed, Feb 02 2022 by MikeC, 4 replies.
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Posted on Tue, Feb 01 2022 11:42
by MikeC
Joined on Wed, Sep 08 2004, Posts 92

Hi all,

I'm finding myself having to massively massage my midi controllers (CC2 in my case for velocity crossfade) when switching between articulations in the clarinet (Bb) synchron woods. 

The staccato seems to be massively too loud in relation to all the other articulations, am I going mad or has anyone else had this problem? Beyond just selecting all the staccato articulations on the part (brute force) is there a smarter way to compensate for this?

thanks so much

Mike

Posted on Tue, Feb 01 2022 21:12
by fulx
Joined on Wed, Apr 18 2007, Italy, Posts 21

I think synchron is great app. Woodwind is a great library, but still very unripe.

The sounds are thick and full and rounded sound, but there is a lot of incongruent in the same articulations. I hope for updates that can make the library superlative

Posted on Wed, Feb 02 2022 01:53
by plowman
Joined on Sat, Dec 13 2003, Posts 1141

Originally Posted by: MikeC Go to Quoted Post

...is there a smarter way to compensate for this?

Synchron allows the setting of gain for all slots, in a family or individually. 

For an individual patch, select it (furthermost on the right) and then, in the Edit Tab, lower the Mix Volume -- the far left slider. 

To lower a family of slots (the parent and its child slots), select the parent, and then in the Edit Tab, lower that Mix setting. Note that this will affect all slots to the right that are branching out from the parent. If you click every slot to the right of the parent, you'll see they have also been assigned the same mix value. This is a very handy feature, but it can be confusing if you're not aware that it's happening. "Why are all these slots suddenly at -7?"

What you're describing would likely mean selecting the specific patch slots (the ones with the samples actually loaded -- farthest to the right) and adjusting those. 

Posted on Wed, Feb 02 2022 05:42
by MikeC
Joined on Wed, Sep 08 2004, Posts 92

Oh, top tip! This will work perfectly!

thanks so much - I didn't realise this was possible. 

Much appreciated

Mike

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