Fixed Velocity for 3rd party MIDI Controllers and Keyboards

Discussion in 'Feature Suggestions' started by maxo2405, Mar 24, 2020.

  1. maxo2405

    maxo2405 NI Product Owner

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    An option to enable Fixed Velocity for 3rd party MIDI Controllers and Keyboards.

    Hi,
    Velocity :) for midi controllers or keyboards.
    Thank you.
    *Edited by D-One for clarity.
     
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  2. D-One

    D-One Moderator Moderator

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    Care to elaborate? Maschine already supports velocity... Do you mean fixed velocity for 3rd party external MIDI controllers?
     
  3. maxo2405

    maxo2405 NI Product Owner

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    Yes, fixed velocity.
     
  4. D-One

    D-One Moderator Moderator

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    Oh, ok. I edited your post to make your request clear to understand.

    Most keyboards usually have a fixed velocity/full level button though, good luck! :thumbsup:
     
  5. mr.Positive

    mr.Positive NI Product Owner

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    Possible [didn't test it] work around is by setting velocity destination on sound level to zero (default is 100%)
     
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  6. Blindeddie

    Blindeddie NI Product Owner

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    If your KB does not have a Fixed Velocity option, you could always use something like Midiox that will allow you to change any incoming velocity and send it out at a specific fixed velocity... you would also need a virtual midi cable driver like loopBmidi. Do a little research on those two things...

    Peace,

    Blindeddie
     
  7. maxo2405

    maxo2405 NI Product Owner

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    Thank you all.

    mr.Positive, I did not understand anything.

    Blindeddie, it works, not as i wish for now.
     
  8. mr.Positive

    mr.Positive NI Product Owner

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    I think second method should work also for other midi controllers.