How do I make a multi-sampled sample (i.e Session Drums) velocity sensitive in a Drumrack.

Finally got around to organizing all my percussion samples in "Sample Selectors" (Essentially, just an instrument rack with sampler where 1 - 127 chain values are mapped to a Macro Knob).

Currently, I am having some trouble with my Session Drum Samples. There are multiple hits in each sample (increasing in loudness) so each time it is triggered it starts all the way at the beginning.

I was just wondering if there is some way to make this sample velocity sensitive within the "Sample Selector" - preferably a method that isn't super tedious (I have already gone through all of my kicks individually and set the start and end points around one of the middle hits, which still hasn't solved the velocity sensitive issue). 

Any help or advice you could lend woul be greatly appreciated!

 

Thanks,

 

PC

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Mauk6 7 months ago | 0 comments

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  • Happy Tony
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    I believe its the same tedious job as choosing VEL and selecting them the simliar way to start and end.  Imreally not sure how that works but I just re-realized something cool through experimenting.

    This is the cool thing. 

    1. Go to Simpler Drum rack and double click on the sound you want to edit.

    2. Select the top bar and choose simpler to Sampler.

    3. Presto. Now that waveform is in Sampler but Sampler within Simpler.

    4. May be CPU intensive.

    5. Select VEL on simpler and change to the rest of the Simpler sounds in that Drum Rack at the same time simaultaneously.  Maybe Sampler can do that too.  But try first things first.

    I right click on Vel and choose copy value to siblings.

    7 months ago | 0 comments
  • Happy Tony
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    Select velocity within Sampler.  I think then you might be able to click on the waveform name and change to Select all within same range.  See if that works. Experiemtn maybe.  Control Z to undo on PC.

    7 months ago | 0 comments

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