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    Pitch wheel sensitivity

    Cybergreetings,

    Does anyone know to adjust the sensitivity of the pitch wheel within GPO, through MIDI controllers?

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    P.S. Woohoo! my 100th POST. I'll break open a bottle... I'm a Senior now. I'll go get my cane...
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    Re: Pitch wheel sensitivity

    I don't think it is possible.

    An alternative for larger pitch bend effect is to use protamento.
    Richard N.

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    Re: Pitch wheel sensitivity

    You would need to use the full version of Kontakt to adjust this parameter.

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    Re: Pitch wheel sensitivity

    Ok, thanks for the tip.

    Does anyone know if there is an upgrade path, or incentive plan for GPO users wanting to move to the full version? Or do I have to fork out $339 to N.I.?
    Steve A. Gallant

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    Re: Pitch wheel sensitivity

    Its 249 I believe. I haven't checked in a while. Of course, Kompakt is another option. Its 199 I think. Check their web store.

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    Re: Pitch wheel sensitivity

    how are you running Gpo? And are you talking about limiting or specifying ranges rather than extending the range?. If you are running it as a vst there might be a way. I limit the pitch or mod wheel range sometimes through Fruitystudio if you want me to elaborate?.
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