Learn about working with various hardware controllers.
- [Instructor] The last thing I'd like to mention…is using your hardware controller to its greatest potential…with some of these different native instruments.…First of all, one thing I want to point out…is that velocity is something that almost…every single MIDI controller is going to transmit.…When you hit a note on a MIDI controller,…you're telling it which note you're hitting…and that it's a note that's turning on,…and it also transmits how fast the key went down,…which is how hard you hit it.…Now, a lot of times, that information is switched…to essentially control volume.…
But, it doesn't always work that way.…Remember, velocity is just a number,…and when we're in the world of synthesis,…we can literally have anything control anything.…And think about if you're playing a guitar or singing.…If you sing louder, if you sing harder,…it's not just changing the volume of the sound.…There are things that are happening to it.…There's more string tension.…You hear buzzing.…There's a lot that goes on.…So, I'm going to hit this Chorditron sound pretty lightly.…
- Core products
- New products and features
- Effects processors
- DAW and hardware integrations
Skill Level Beginner
2. Flagship Instruments
3. New Additions
4. FX Processors
5. DAW Integration
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