asked Apr 06 '14 at 23:25 by Spazi (26)

edited Apr 06 '14 at 23:26

Hi, Just to clarify I know how to set the velocity of notes AFTER I write them. I was wondering if there is a way to set the velocity WHEN I'm writing the notes to save time. I've noticed that when I write a note, the velocity is fixed at 80%? I use superior drummer and I program drums all the time. I don't want to manually adjust the velocity after I have written them, it's easier for me to set the velocity, say for instance the kick is 90% and the snare is 95% velocity. Then I don't have to go through all the drums and adjust the velocity. Takes ages!

This is a late reply but if you're still watching this: when you draw in a note you can push your mouse up to increase the velocity and down to decrease it.

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answered Jul 11 '14 at 04:33 by Andreilg (96)

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