Range (Crossfade Range)
This sets the range of velocities over which High will fade
into Mid‐High, going up from the "Bottom Vel."
For instance, if the "Bottom Vel." is set to 64, and the
"Range" is set to 20, Mid‐High will start to fade in at veloci‐
ties of 84 and below.
When velocities are within the "Range," the Oscillator will
use twice as much polyphony as it would normally.
Note: You can only fade between two zones at once.
Xfade Range = 20
Curve = Linear
Bottom Velocity = 64
This controls the volume curve of the crossfade. Linear and
Power (short for Equal Power) let you fine‐tune the way that
the two Multisamples mix together; one or the other may be
more appropriate for a given pair of Multisamples. Layer,
true to its name, lets you layer the two Multisamples
together without any crossfading.
Linear means that the two samples will each be at 50% of
their full volume in the middle of the crossfade. Sometimes,
this may create a dip in the volume level; if so, try using
Power, short for Equal Power, means that the two samples
will each be at around 70% of their full volume in the mid‐
dle of the crossfade. Sometimes, this may create a bump in
the volume level, in which case you might try selecting Lin‐
Layer means that the two Multisamples will be layered
together, both at full volume, for the entire range of the
[Linear, Power, Layer]
OSC/Pitch OSC1 Multisample
Mid High, Mid-Low, Low
These are the settings for the second, third, and fourth
velocity zones. The parameters for Mid‐High and Mid‐Low
are exactly the same as those for High, as described above.
The parameters for Low are also similar to those for High,
except that Low has no settings for "Bottom Vel." (which is
always fixed at 1), "Range," or "Curve."