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releases from controller

CatOrg

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And I see that now releases are available. But how do I know that a controller send releases in the midi message?
Actually I have behringer UMX *** I suppose they dont.

Thanks in advance,

Francois
 

CatOrg

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Dear Develoopers,

I really appreciate grandorgue, but I miss the possibility of simulating better a tracker action in the release "area". I understand that actually GO computes the time a note was depressed and selects the release according to this factor. The real life (on a PO) gives the possibility to release fast a long-depressed note, giving more possibilities of articulation, specially in baroque music.

I would be very happy to have this possibility.

Thanks in advance anyway,

Cordially,

Francois PLANIOL
 
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e9925248

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You can't compare the GO performance with a mechanical tracker action. Its more like a electrical/pneumatic tracker organ, which offers less control. The various releases allow to fix reverb issues. If you just press a key very shortly, the is only little reverb and using a sample with full reverb will sound strange.. If you keep a key pressed for a longer time, the reverb builds up and it does not matter anymore, how much longer the key is pressed. Therefore there are only different short releases - mostly on wet sample sets with lots of reverb. Do you think, that playing a short release and little reverb after a long pressed key will sound like you expect? In my option, this would need recording a different set of releases - so it wont' work with existing sample sets. To start such a project, we will need support of sample set creators, who will create such recordings. Have you talked to them, if they show interest?
 

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This is me diving deep into a world I'm not linguistic enough to understand,
even if I am Clan Watt.
Even your user names aren't computing with me.
...oooooh.... dare I long for a world of direct current electricity....
and why am I thinking this looks like you should be setting up an organ under a waterfall...
and let your waterwheel create flowing tones of tidal and gravitational dualities.
I would think keys made of marine mammal ivory would be the most inspirational.
Somehow, I can see e9925248 getting into some DJ electronica, wearing a narwhal tusk on his head.
 
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