Hi Befaco!Befacosynth wrote: ↑Thu Nov 19, 2020 9:50 amThis is doable in latest firmwares. In 1.0 velocity does not apply to gate notes.Endosine wrote: ↑Wed Nov 18, 2020 6:19 pmHi All, I just picked up one of these fancy beasts and I'm having some troubles building a map for my TR-909. I was thinking / expecting that I could have 8 channels of the faders and CV assigned to velocities and the gates assigned to specific note numbers to trigger the sounds on the TR-909. I'm basically aiming to have Euclidean style sequencers drive the note triggers and some lfos make some cool ghost note patterns via velocity.
It seems that velocity is mapped per midi channel instead of per gate note. With 2 fader / CV channels set to velocity, it seems both faders are changing velocity for both channels, acting as one parameter as opposed to effecting each separate note assigned to the gate. Is that expected?
Am I missing something? Is there a way to set it up the way I'm hoping? Thanks!
Thanks for the reply! I have the latest firmware, and with two faders set to velocity they seem to be changing velocity for all gates, not just for their numbered gate. I was expecting fader 1 & CV 1 would set velocity for the note assigned to gate 1 and fader 2 & CV 2 would set velocity for the note assigned to gate 2, but both faders are changing the velocity for all notes. Do I need to link them somehow?
Also it seems when using the web configurator to set the midi note number, it just sets the module to note number 0. Not sure if I am doing something wrong, It seems to be transmitting the (fader, CV or gate) type and it is sending names, but the not numbers seem to always be 0.
Thanks for your help!