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How to use the mod wheel for velocity?
Old 21st January 2013
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How to use the mod wheel for velocity?

If I use ensemble brass instruments, when I hit the note slowly, it has soft sound, but when I hit it fast it has not only louder but a harder, thicker sound.

How do I use the mod/pitch wheel to adjust it during play? Like, I hit the note slowly for a soft sound and then roll the wheel to gradually thicken the sound

(same with strings by the way, from soft string sound to thicker metallic sound)

I have Oxygen 88:

Old 21st January 2013
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Gear Nut
 
🎧 5 years
please?
Old 21st January 2013
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please come on!
Old 21st January 2013
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Gear Nut
 
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any idea guys?

Eastwest Hollywood Brass - Trumpets - Preview - YouTube
This is what I mean if you didnt get it
Old 21st January 2013
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is this a joke?
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Someone help this poor guy! For the love of God, it's been seven hours!
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Originally Posted by 2pulse ➑️
Someone help this poor guy! For the love of God, it's been seven hours!
226 views 0 comments? seriously?
Old 21st January 2013
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You have to assign the modulation settings of the mod wheel to the same settings that are assigned to key velocity. What the settings are and how to set them all depends on the synth and patch you are working with.
Old 21st January 2013
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You need to assign your mod wheel to volume- and how to to this depends on the source of your sound. Are you patching from another synth? Then assign it there. Are you using a VST or DAW? They usually allow for extensive controller assignment if you have a capable controller (which you do). In fact, I would be surprised if the controller doesn't have its own template GUI that will facillitate this process.

We need a little more info here.
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Originally Posted by LOLer ➑️
is this a joke?
It should be noted that no posters on GS gets paid for helping anyone else- they are busy people and get around to helping others when they get the chance. I am always amazed that they even bother at all!
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Quote:
Originally Posted by 2pulse ➑️
Someone help this poor guy! For the love of God, it's been seven hours!
LOL

you would just assign your mod wheel to velocity

that's probably based on your DAW, so try finding tutorials on how to assign your mod wheel to different things, in your DAW

doesn't matter that you have an oxygen 88
Old 21st January 2013
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Gear Nut
 
🎧 5 years
Im so happy!!! finally an answer!

OK so I am using Cubase 5, and I play on the Oxygen 88 (not a synth) and it has a mod and pitch wheel as you can see in the pic

I know from the beginning I need to assign the mod wheel to the velocity but how do I do that! I was searching on google for an hour and found practically nothing! all useless/unrelated stuff

So I need to know how to assign the mod wheel on my Oxygen 88 to the VSTi velocity

(I start a new project, then add "instrument track", then I choose kontakt, and then I select the instrument for example ensemble brass or ensemble violin



Eastwest Hollywood Brass - Trumpets - Preview - YouTube
this is what Im trying to do. (using the mod wheel)
Old 21st January 2013
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