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Re: [fluid-dev] Continuous controllers

From: FenderBenders
Subject: Re: [fluid-dev] Continuous controllers
Date: Fri, 24 Jun 2016 21:23:41 -0400

I was thinking the initial breath pressure should send a single note on message 
,with increased pressure sending higher and higher velocity and volume messages 
with no other note on messages except the zero at the end of pressure input. 
The weirdness the ewi on the first note is baffling but I think cancelling out 
default velocity to attenuation modulator is the key.  The volume-velocity 
changes radically when you play the next note. 

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"S. Christian Collins" <address@hidden> wrote:

>Sounds like you need to also cancel the default velocity-to-attenuation 
>  * Source: Note-On Velocity
>  * Source curve: concave negative unipolar
>  * Destination: Attenuation (volume envelope)
>  * Amount Source: 0
>On 06/24/2016 05:17 PM, Ben Gonzales wrote:
>> Hi all.
>> I implemented the CC2 modulator in a sax soundfont, and loaded it into 
>> my RPi2 fluidsynth. I set the EWI to CC2 and the velocity setting to 
>> ZERO. This makes the EWI produce "dynamic velocity". What I found was 
>> that I could start a note at low breath pressure, and resulting low 
>> volume, and swell it, but only a bit. If I started a note at higher 
>> breath pressure I could swell it more. So, it seems that you can't 
>> swell to full volume unless you start with a decently loud note in the 
>> first place.
>> In practical terms, you (well, I) rarely need to swell to full volume 
>> from nothing, but I just thought I better mention it. Maybe I'm doing 
>> something wrong. I did test setting a fixed velocity (mid range), and 
>> it seemed to work OK.
>> Ben
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