Cc11

01.12.2017 3 Comments

By selecting "expression cc11 and volume cc7 " on the Synful Orchestra Control Panel you are telling Synful to use Expression cc11 for musical expression. The Pan controller cc10 is also applied directly by Logic to the audio instrument channel output. When the expression control changes it affects which phrase fragments are selected by the Synful RPM synthesis engine see RPM - Reconstructive Phrase Modeling and it changes the timbre or tone color of the synthesized sound. That way it will be synced with the final output you hear. If you are playing from a keyboard you will generally want to map a continuous foot controller to the expression control. You should always use Expression cc11 and not Volume cc7 for your musical phrasing. Do you control these functions while recording the notes in live, or after, or do you draw them in after with a mouse, or tablet?

Cc11


By selecting "expression cc11 and volume cc7 " on the Synful Orchestra Control Panel you are telling Synful to use Expression cc11 for musical expression. Continuous expression control is very important for Synful Orchestra. It is extremely important to select the same controller on the Synful Orchestra Control Panel that is mapped to your expression or volume pedal, or that you use for expression in your sequences. These considerations apply whether you are using a physical expression controller like a pedal or just entering control envelopes in the MIDI editor -- e. So you should be aware that both Volume cc7 and Pan cc10 are not delayed when Delay for Expression is turned on. Volume cc7 is then used by Logic to control the audio instrument channel output gain. You should always use Expression cc11 and not Volume cc7 for your musical phrasing. That way it will be synced with the final output you hear. If you are playing from a keyboard you will generally want to map a continuous foot controller to the expression control. The reason for this is that in Logic the Volume cc7 control is not sent to an audio instrument plugin so Synful Orchestra never sees it. Do you think that using the mod-wheel dynamically is better, or a straight line using the line automation tool from the start of a note, to the end sounds better? This gain is applied by Logic itself not by the plugin. If you select the other button "volume only cc7 " then you should map your foot controller to cc7 and you should see allot of activity in the cc7 controller the cc11 controller will be ignored. If you select "expression cc11 and volume cc7 " button you will want to map the foot controller to cc This is usually only important if you are changing Volume and Pan over time in a mix. It is also not sent to the Synful Orchestra plugin. When the expression control changes it affects which phrase fragments are selected by the Synful RPM synthesis engine see RPM - Reconstructive Phrase Modeling and it changes the timbre or tone color of the synthesized sound. This has two important effects on Synful Orchestra: I have tried assigning CC11 to faders, knobs, and the modulation wheel. I do find that I almost always have to go in to the midi editor in Cubase and re-draw some of the controller data though. Do you control these functions while recording the notes in live, or after, or do you draw them in after with a mouse, or tablet? When you edit your continuous controllers in your sequencer you should see allot of activity in cc11 and much less activity in cc7. Since new folks might not be aware and most other people just assume people know, CC1 modulation and CC11 expression are used to control the vibrato modulation and velocity expression. In Synful Orchestra continuous expression control is supposed to change instrument timbre so that, for example, a trumpet gets brassier as you press the pedal down. For this to happen in Logic you must use the Expression cc11 controller. I always record the note data first, and then record the controller data for CC1 and CC11, using 'stacked' midi recording over a looped section in Cubase so that I can select the take that has the best feel.

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  1. I always record the note data first, and then record the controller data for CC1 and CC11, using 'stacked' midi recording over a looped section in Cubase so that I can select the take that has the best feel.

  2. I have a Wacom Intuos4 graphics tablet that I use for digital art, so I am going to experiment with actually drawing the automation into the midi editor from now on, rather than using a mouse. These considerations apply whether you are using a physical expression controller like a pedal or just entering control envelopes in the MIDI editor -- e.

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