how do key switches work in BBCSO core?
I thought I know how key switches work. It is not a nuclear science, right? but obviously I'm missing something here!
I want to keyswitch between let's say legato(extended) and staccatissimo..by default the keyswitch is set to C-1 and E-1 so I put a short note (C-1, E-1) just before the articulation begins. (see the prtscr) I would expect the instrument to switch from one articulation to another, but it doesn't do anything. Even when I set up the key for the keyswitch manually..let's say to C0,E0.
It even doesn't work when I press the respective note on my keyboard.
trigger is set to keyswitch, keyswitch is set to some note value (C-1, C0 whatever) and activate is set to normal.
Any ideas please?
resolved: C-1 is actually a C-2. dunno if it's a bug or a feature, but that's how it works..at least for me3
I've just encountered this. What's going on? It's like this from march and not fixed yet? this is ridicules.0
I've found that sometimes C1 is C0 and C0 is C1, or something like that... I. E. "C1" is an octave lower than "C0". Weird.0
I've seen this as well, and found "an" answer. For Logic Pro:
Preferences -> Display -> General -> Displays -> Display Middle C As: C4 (Roland)
vs C3 (Yamaha). I don't recall whether it was a community post, support ticket, or other, but I recall reading that Spitfire Audio uses the C4 (Roland) model. I'd been using C3 (Yamaha) as I'd historically worked with those keyboards, switched to C4 (Roland), and... poof ...now the actual/displayed values match.
Personally, I think they should take the DAW setting into account and adjust their usage accordingly, so that the values always match, regardless of which Middle C model the DAW is using.
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