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  • VI Pro 2 Humanize preset...

    Hello,

    I have some big presets with more than 50 patches.  They all comes with

    a humanize preset activated by default.  I want to desactivate the humanize settings

    for all the patches for some presets.  Is there a way to do this quickly,  or do I have to do it

    manually and individually for all the patches?

    Thank you for your time,

    Vincent


  •  Do you have a controller set for the humanize function? If so, you can just pull the controller down for all of them in real time.

    For all new Presets, just make sure that it is switched off in your default Preset.

    DG


  • Thanks for your help DG  [:D]

    No,  I don't have a controller set for humanize in my actual presets...  BUT,  all my actual

    presets have humanize set to 0.  So,  does it mean that humanize is already not active for these

    presets?  [:O]

    If yes,  I will have an other question  [:D]...  If I want to humanize my solo instruments,  what value of humanize

    should I set to have a realistic performance?  I will use the ''In tune random'' presets...

    This last one is linked to my original question : Is there a way to change all the humanize presets for all the

    patches of a instrument preset at one time?  I would like to set Flute 1 to ''In tune random V1'',  Flute 2 to

    ''In tune random V2'',  ect,  to my actual presets... 

    Thank you again!

    Vincent


    1. Yes.
    2. There is no correct answer to this. It's all a matter of taste. The advantage of being able to dial it in is that if when all the instruments play together it is too out of tune, you can just dial it back a bit.

    DG 


  • There is an undocumented feature for quick assigning the "random" tuning curves, which might be useful if you're changing the tuning of many patches. Hold down Ctrl-Alt-Shift and click the "Humanize:" label, just to the left of the humanize preset box itself. It will then ask you to press a key for assigning an "in tune random" variation number, without going through the submenus.


  •  DG : Thank you very much for your help.  I guess I will have to do some tests.  [:D]

    MS : Wow,  this is exactly what I was looking for!  Thanks a lot!


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    @MS said:

    There is an undocumented feature for quick assigning the "random" tuning curves, which might be useful if you're changing the tuning of many patches. Hold down Ctrl-Alt-Shift and click the "Humanize:" label, just to the left of the humanize preset box itself. It will then ask you to press a key for assigning an "in tune random" variation number, without going through the submenus.

    This makes my day!