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Is it possible to turn the dynamics of the pads off?
Saturday, October 05 2019, 10:01 AM
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    David
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    Monday, October 07 2019, 11:36 AM - #Permalink
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    There isn't a flat velocity curve, but if you put the gain right up and play with the min and max velocity settings it'll be pretty flat.

    Why, of interest?
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    Giorgio
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    Tuesday, October 08 2019, 02:10 PM - #Permalink
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    Because no matter how hard or soft I hit the pad, i need the loop playing at the same volume.
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    Edward
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    Saturday, October 26 2019, 12:15 AM - #Permalink
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    I think you can have fixed velocity by going into MIDI 1-7 and changing TrgVel=127.
    Yeah, page 64 of the manual.
    By default it’s variable. You can set the level ( 1-127) you want it played back no matter how hard you hit the pad.

    I love my DTX, it’s a great controller and tone generator. It has 64mb of memory, which is really designed for one shots. If I planned on using it as a loop machine, I would take the time to program the loops into the DTX using MIDI and it’s tone generator. This would let you get much more time out of the DTX than using 64mb of wav memory.
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    Anand
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    Friday, January 24 2020, 04:49 AM - #Permalink
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    Edward wrote:

    I think you can have fixed velocity by going into MIDI 1-7 and changing TrgVel=127.
    Yeah, page 64 of the manual.
    By default it’s variable. You can set the level ( 1-127) you want it played back no matter how hard you hit the pad.

    I love my DTX, it’s a great controller and tone generator. It has 64mb of memory, which is really designed for one shots. If I planned on using it as a loop machine, I would take the time to program the loops into the DTX using MIDI and it’s tone generator. This would let you get much more time out of the DTX than using 64mb of wav memory.


    Hi Edward,

    How to program midi loops in DTX-Multi, Is there a documentation. I am looking for programming Guitar/Bass/Keyboard chords.

    TIA//Anand
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