well, hm. MIDI out velocity should be the same as MIDI in velocity (plus any offset). Working as intended as far as i can tell.
I was just talking about tracks in the event response rule, in the bmx zip, see "oat_try_steve", if i erase IX split, there is no velocity from my midi keyboard.
If i want velocity, it needs one Lucky by synth, of course it's not a problem, the machine is 0,1 cpu.
But yes, input velocity works fine, and it's so nice to play many synths with one finger, oh, about velocity, a negative value like in IX Split would be funny, anyway split do that, and we have to use it for none midi machines.
For raga , my first idea is to have the ascending scale with positive values like a normal scale, and to do what you do with inverse chromatic (when you write chords in chromatic mode and after you turn in inverse chromatic, very interesting results) for the descending mode I will use an inverse scale with negative value, IX Accumulator will alternate between the 2 scales, by this way i keep the same melodic process in the sequencer, I just change the direction, very coherent musically.
Maybe you want to add a scale sequencer, dorian phrygian mixo dorian... and we turn crazy, (hum, there is no smiley for schizophrenic)
Snowglobe wrote:I see the 'Velocity Mix' param there; interesting. How is that supposed to work?
It just mixes the 2 sources of velocity, the velocity from the keyboard and the velocity of arpeggiator, you can have one or the other, or a sweet mix between both.