Adding dynamics with velocity layers


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Adding dynamics with velocity layers

So let's explore making the instrument with multiple velocity layers, because that way, depending on how hard we are playing the keyboard, we'll trigger different samples, and that's going to make it more realistic. So I've got a couple of synth audio files that I want to drag in here. They are different velocities and they sound a little different. So I am going to grab them. I have them in Desktop/Exercise Files/ EXS24. And then in here in the Audio Files folder there is this folder called Synth_Velocity. So I can actually just drag this whole folder just onto the range.

Then it asks me what I want to do. I want to place these all on one track. So I hit OK. Then here they are. So these are actually backwards. So I am going to move them. So I want the softest one to play first. Then we've got the soft medium, medium, medium hard, and the hard velocity. So let's take a listen to these. (music playing) So here is the medium one. (music playing) We've got medium hard.

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Adding dynamics with velocity layers
Video duration: 5m 46s 13h 11m Intermediate Updated Mar 14, 2012

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Adding dynamics with velocity layers provides you with in-depth training on Audio + Music. Taught by Brian Trifon as part of the Virtual Instruments in Logic Pro

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Audio + Music
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Logic Pro
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