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Aftertouch -- too sensitive?

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Aftertouch -- too sensitive?
« on: January 16, 2021, 04:27:13 PM »
On some patches, the aftertouch is too sensitive for certain playing styles.  Even at 0, it can be hard to find the sweet spot without blasting the filter wide open (when AT button is set to filter).

One possibility would be to allow decrements below 0, to negative numbers that flatten the curve (or invert the curve even).   Ideally, the curve would level off at an increasingly lower total amount as the after touch global setting is set into the negative range, to the point where -7 has a barely detectable result no matter how much pressure is applied.
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Re: Aftertouch -- too sensitive?
« Reply #1 on: January 17, 2021, 02:07:49 AM »
On some patches, the aftertouch is too sensitive for certain playing styles.  Even at 0, it can be hard to find the sweet spot without blasting the filter wide open (when AT button is set to filter).

One possibility would be to allow decrements below 0, to negative numbers that flatten the curve (or invert the curve even).   Ideally, the curve would level off at an increasingly lower total amount as the after touch global setting is set into the negative range, to the point where -7 has a barely detectable result no matter how much pressure is applied.


Yes, I have this "problem" to ....   Some sort of feature that can change the velocity curve would be nice.
Now the curve feels "convex" ( opens up to fast )   It would be nice to have it more "concave" with a
slower envelope , if thatīs possible ?

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Re: Aftertouch -- too sensitive?
« Reply #2 on: January 17, 2021, 01:52:48 PM »
+1 from me.
keep on turning these knobs