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    Whilst auditioning some GPO percussion using the virtual keyboard in the ARIA VST plugin I found you can vary the ‘note velocity’ value applied by moving the mouse and clicking further up or down the virtual key for the instrument. I've found it very useful for quickly assessing the range of percussive timbre available. Anyone else found any other useful ‘hidden’ features like this one?

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    Re: ARIA Player - Hidden Features

    Cool! Now, if only a number value told us how hard we were "hitting" the virtual key. Perhaps that is hidden, too...?
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    Re: ARIA Player - Hidden Features

    Quote Originally Posted by rpearl View Post
    Cool! Now, if only a number value told us how hard we were "hitting" the virtual key. Perhaps that is hidden, too...?
    No, but a velocity value of 129 triggers an "ouch!" sample
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    Re: ARIA Player - Hidden Features

    Another hidden feature is that you can edit the instrument definition files. You want to get rid of the variable attack? You want a certain sample louder or softer? Want to remap all the keys? Can be done. It's not easy though, and if you make a mistake and forgot to back up, you might have to reinstall the whole thing again, but hey, it's a feature!

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