• mikey52
    Posts: 65
    Joined: Jul 13th, 2007
    Velocity Ceiling
    Hey guys, One other question while I'm here. Is there any way in Logic to put a "ceiling" on the velocity. So for example, if I'm playing a brass ensemble audio instrument and I want the velocity to only go as high as 104, NO MATTER HOW HARD I HIT THE CONTROLLER. I think the max is usually like what, 127 or something. If you could answer that riddle, you are my hero for life. I obviously know how to do it post performance, but if it could be done, like a limiter, that would be awesome. Thanks, Mike
  • mPV Support
    Posts: 1424
    Joined: Aug 7th, 2006
    Re: Velocity Ceiling
    Yeah, you can do this with the transformer object. 1-Open your environment's "Clic & Ports layer" 2-Insert a "Transformer" object" before the sequencer Input. 3-Double click the transformer. 4-Set it up as follow : Mode : Apply operation and let non-matching events pass thru Status, Channel, Data Byte 1, Data Byte 2 : All Thru / Thru / Thru / Max set the number under Max to 104 (or whatever maximum you want).
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