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Re: Realistic drum programming/recording for songs



Not to sound horribly arrogant, but I will would rather play the drum part myself than go through the hassle of programming one. That being said, having a bare-bones sequenced track to listen to as I am playing is VERY helpful for accurate recording.

-B

On Tue, Feb 5, 2013 at 3:22 PM, Jeff Larson <jeff.larson@sailpoint.com> wrote:
It depends on whether you consider silence a loudness level :-)

On 2/5/13 2:14 PM, "Rainer Thelonius Balthasar Straschill"
<moinsound@googlemail.com> wrote:

>Am 05.02.2013 21:09, schrieb Per Boysen:
>> Some less than accurate information has slipped through lately, so
>> please allow me to chime in with humble corrections.
>>
>>>>> 1)  Midi only has 127 increments of velocity.
>> 128 are the steps for so called Continuous Control data. 128 steps is
>> used for example when turning a knob or pushing a fader. Or to measure
>> how fast a note is attacked (Velocity).
>Not wanting to split hairs here (ok, yes, I want to):
>MIDI velocity (or almost anything, with the exception of the channel #
>and the double-precision CCs) is 7 bit, meaning its value range is from
>0-127, which means it's 127 increments, not 128. ;-P
>
>





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