Do you play in your midi with a keyboard only?

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Do you play in your midi with a keyboard only?

Post by Heigen5 » Sat Jun 27, 2020 2:47 am

Do you play in your midi with a keyboard only? That's good you have that skill, but....
I would want to warn you, that all the velocity differences and note length differences make it sound a a lot more artifacty then though. If you want a lot cleaner and less interrupted sound, you should just program them instead or recording/playing them in.

I'd recommend this to all those who feel like the sound of your music should sound more cleaner. I'd rather play one or two channels, but the rest of them should be more robotic. + also, your programming can do stuff you can't play that fastly/complicatedly.

I have discovered this phenomenon for decades already and thought to share it here with y'all. :)

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