stefano
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Hi everybody! Does anyone know if it is possible to assign a different voice or a midi note to each different velocity layer on pads of the Multi-12? In some factory kits, some pads have different sounds if i hit the pad softly or hard. But i can't find a way to do that on my personal user kit..
Thanks for helping!
Wednesday, October 16 2019, 04:43 PM
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    David
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    Wednesday, October 16 2019, 10:00 PM - #Permalink
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    Say you want 4 sounds (layers) on a pad:

    MIDI1-1 Playing Mode page = stack - all sounds available on a hit (ie. not switching on each hit).

    Assign your sounds on each layer A-D
    MIDI1-2 MIDI Note page = set MIDI notes on each layer to correspond with sounds you want

    Set min and max velocities for each layer.
    MIDI1-6 Velocity Limits page

    So for example
    A= 1-31,
    B= 32-63,
    C= 64-95,
    D= 96-127
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    stefano
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    Friday, October 18 2019, 02:08 PM - #Permalink
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    David thank you very much for your answer, I did it and it works! So i can finally do that with midi notes, and it's great! But....second step: how about .wav files?
    For what I understand, changing a midi note, is like playing a different key on a keyboard on which a specific kit (or instrument) is loaded.
    If i load, on one pad, a factory voice (for example maple snare) that is part of a kit, it seems like that changing the midi note of the pad allows me to move around that specific kit. In this case changing the voice (to kick drum for example) or changing the midi note (to the key of the same kd) has the same effect (if i am not wrong..)
    But if i assign a personal sample, in wav format, on a pad (it is not part of a kit), changing the midi note will not have the same effect. Can i assing different wav files to the 4 velocity layers?
    Thanks again!!!
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    Edward
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    Friday, October 25 2019, 09:35 PM - #Permalink
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    The next step is to go into the Voice selection and set the appropriate voice for each layer.
    David is correct in the MIDI Pages setup, and in fact, if you don’t “activate” the layers there by turning B,C,D on, they won’t be available in Voice.

    So, once you made your MIDI settings go to voice, choose sound for default layer A, then layer B, then Layer C, then Layer D. That should do it.
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