Yes that's me... I just go along with what's there forever without asking questions usually. Midi is great but I have a question that likely any one of you can answer.
I like to use velocity a great deal . Nowhere is it more effective than in GOS.
I have a more difficult time with modwheel exp although coming along.
What I would love is if I could use both at the same time which may seem a contradiction of sorts.
I would guess that midi cannot do this. Can anyone tell me why??
Is it like wishing my car can go forward and backwards at the same time?
The reason I wish this so much is simple. Most of my string writing is baroque/contrapuntal in nature. Therefore I may use a sharp attack for several notes and suddenly need to sustain a note but with a rising volume/expression.
To me this is the technique that can make GOS sound virtually indistinguishable from the real thing.
Recently we have seen remarkable things such as the plugin to enable aftertouch to work in tandem with the modwheel. Fantastic!
Can anything be done to enable both velocity and expression at the same time?
For all I know you will say ...yes dummy ...simply do this.. or
impossible sir as midi can do one thing at a time.... OR is it inherent in the libraries themselves , meaning yes it could be done if the programmer wished to make it so.