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Robota 05-23-2019 03:03 PM

Controling CV other than pitch and velocity
 
I have the Vector since few weeks and I love it.

I'm still learning it and I was wondering what was the best way to control an other CV value alongside of the gate, pitch and velocity.

My way is to use an another part but pitch is quantised and velocity does'nt offer lot of precision.

How do you do it?

nreeves 05-23-2019 04:32 PM

following :p

bivers 05-31-2019 01:54 PM

Also curious re: this topic.

Is there any way we could assign MIDI CCs to the CV velocity or pitch outs? 0-127 is enough resolution for what I need, at least.

bivers 05-31-2019 02:57 PM

One way to accomplish higher resolution via the velocity outs would be via the sub sequencers. You can assign sub sequencers to the velocity out of any part in the "routings" page.

(see page 9 in the manual for more details)

This at least gives you 0-100 in terms of resolution. The drawback is that sub sequences can only be 8 steps max and they're slightly abstracted from the primary 'part'. It also appears that some of the handy editing shortcuts like holding SHIFT for coarse value changes haven't made their way into sub sequence editing yet.

jim 06-01-2019 02:20 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by bivers (Post 17524)
Also curious re: this topic.

Is there any way we could assign MIDI CCs to the CV velocity or pitch outs? 0-127 is enough resolution for what I need, at least.

I can bump up the Velocity resolution pretty easily, just need to sort out how it looks in the UI. I kept it somewhat limited at first as it can be a lot of turns to get it from min to max range. The new approach will probably be: Hold down the Edit button (E-flat on the mini keyboard), to 'fine tune'.

The fastest option for now is to use a SubSeq, which also opens up some interesting compositional opportunities.

Jim

steve.turner 06-02-2019 12:28 AM

Sounds like a good fix. Keen.


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