pseudonym wrote:One last thing to note about filters: keyboard tracking. Keyboard tracking allows you to control the cutoff frequency of the filter based on the velocity of the note. Higher velocity equals a higher cutoff and lower velocity equals a lower cutoff, both relative to the actual cutoff, of course. No keyboard tracking means that the cutoff will stay the same regardless of velocity. Just use it for a more natural sound.
Nequissimus wrote:Nope. Keytrack follows the key of the note (as the name says). So: The higher the note (not the velocity) the higher is the cutoff point.
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