Re: DX100 for a DX7 owner
Gil Sicuro <gsicuro <at> yahoo.com>
2012-03-01 00:22:27 GMT
If you have a DX7, just play a key *very very hard* while recording
to a sequencer. If you play hard enough the value will be above 100.
One way to do that is holding the indicator finger with the other
hand forcing it as if it were a spring then releasing it on the key.
The SY77's velocity response is pretty close to the DX7. I compared
them side by side.
Em 29/02/12 21:10, Christopher Winkels escreveu:
Links then, if you please.
This goes against everything I've come across in the
last 20 years.
And it's widely acknowledged that the DX7ii and
subsequent FM synths did not have this issue, so
referencing them doesn't really make much sense.
On 29 February 2012 19:00, Gil
Sicuro <gsicuro <at> yahoo.com>
I do have my DX7 as evidence. This was
already discussed here. The DX7 can in fact
send velocity above 100, it's just •very
hard• due to the keyboard's velocity curve.
Actually one have to almost break a key to
send velocity above 100. This is valid also
for the DX5, DX7II and SY77 (I made the test
side by side).
Enviado via iPhone
Do you have any evidence for this
being a myth?
Everything - and I do mean
everything, not just a few online
comments; this is something in
published works back in the '80s
as well - that I've read has said
it maxes out at 100. There was
even an Anatek product that
remapped the DX's response to
allow it to fudge up to 127.
I'm not categorically saying
you're wrong, but I would like to
see some evidence you're right.
February 2012 12:44, Gil Sicuro
<gsicuro <at> yahoo.com>
One last thing:
transmit max=100 is
a MYTH. Its the
DX7's keyboard which
have a logarithmic