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Is it possible to output velocity layers on a TD30?

wolfereeno

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Not the layering you get by connecting the midi out to the midiin to get two sounds at once, but changing the actual sound based on velocity?

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So, for example, if the module has velocity settings from 0-127 are you asking if you can have a tambourine sound at velocity levels from 0-30, a cowbell at 31-60, a clave at 61-90 and a snare from 91-127?

I'm not sure why you would want that. It would be almost impossible to control and it would limit your variation in sound for each instrument making for a lot of machine gunning.
 

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Yes, basically that. I'm mostly interested in it for notes and melodic stuff. But I could see it useful for percussion too if the sounds were somewhat compatible, like a splash or a bigger crash, or a crash or a crash + BD.

Otherwise I can do stuff like this in Max, like switch between a note a chord.

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