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JES 01-17-2011 07:49 PM

DrumSeq Launchpad questions
 
Hi All (but probably mostly Jim),

I just got my launchpad set up and I'm loving the control. However, I've got some issues with the DrumSeq module, and I see they're not covered in the video tutorial.

The main thing is velocity control. What I love about DrumSeq vs. regular step sequencers is the articulation. But when you hit a note on (say for a kick drum), it automatically goes to the maximum velocity. When I switch to the velocity page, it appears to have no effect on any of the drums (and it would be nice to be able to control each drum's velocity independently, like on the screen, though at this point I'd take a velocity for each step as that would be a big improvement). If there's a way to modify it to make it work this way, I'd be willing to put in some time.

I also noticed a little glitchyness when messing with sequence lengths in drumseq (I'm not taxing the processor too much) but that went away after restarting.

I'm sure I'll have more questions once I get further into this thing. It's incredibly fun and easy to use.

Thanks.

phase ghost 01-18-2011 04:24 AM

To adjust the velocity on DrumSeq select the volume button (first button from the top going down the right) where you would usually edit your patterns. Push the button again and it will turn red.

You'll notice that the 8 lights are lit up at the top. each light represents a track in the drum seq. In this mode the sequence is the same as the mononote for editing velocity.

JES 01-18-2011 06:22 AM

Thanks, that works perfectly!

jim 01-18-2011 07:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JES (Post 5578)
I also noticed a little glitchyness when messing with sequence lengths in drumseq (I'm not taxing the processor too much) but that went away after restarting.

Let me know if that happens again!

Thanks,
Jim


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