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  • Dynamic control in the patch or the notation program

    Hi,

    In the players from VSL, dynamics can be controlled either via Velocity or via CC. This can be decided in the patch (articulation), or in a general way by using a dedicated CC (by default, CC28).

    Some recent collections include presets with shorts controlled via Velocity, longs via CC. As an alternative, presets where control is decided on a general level are still supplied.

    While I like to have shorts controlled by Velocity, I still prefer to have a free decision on how to do. When building expression maps in Dorico, the first event in one of the items is a CC28. In general, this is the same as having the type of control in the patch: shorts and longs behave in a different way.

    But with the type of control delegated to the expression map, I can decide, on an individual project, to edit my expression map, and change how it behaves. If I want the shorts to be controlled by a CC, I can simply change that, and the preset will simply behave by consequence.

    Paolo


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