[LAU] midi velocity

Asa Marco aesir.ml at gmail.com
Thu Dec 13 18:47:38 UTC 2012

Il giorno Thu, 13 Dec 2012 11:04:50 -0600 (CST)
Brent Busby <brent at keycorner.org> ha scritto:

> Could just be me and my ongoing discoveries of weirdness...but has 
> anyone else had the experience of finding that Linux studio apps seem
> to require much higher velocity from keyboards than the same
> keyboards do in the world of physical gear?
> I'm using a Yamaha SY99 as a master keyboard, and I'm finding that
> with most of the soundfonts I've tried in FluidSynth, I'm having to
> play the keyboard *hard* to get multisamples that have been setup to
> play a certain sample only at high velocities to switch into their
> higher velocity sound.  I never have to play that hard when I'm using
> the SY99 by itself, or when using it to drive any other keyboard or
> drum machine.
> Is it just some kind of Alsa Midi thing, or do soundfont creators out 
> there just really like banging their keyboards?

Hi, I once had the same problem with a sampled piano, So I started
playing with qmidicurves http://sourceforge.net/projects/qmidicurves/.
There are probably other ways to do it but this is pretty

Asa Marco <marcoasa90 at gmail.com> 朝

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