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  1. Hello Group I have a midi high hat where I manually went in and changed each note's velocity to make it sound human. Now I want to reduce each note's velocity by the same amount but I want each note to maintain its velocity in relation to the other notes. As an example, if the hi hat notes are 100, 90, 95 and I want to drop them all by 5 and end up with 95, 85, 90. How's that done? Thanks, Stephen
  2. I'm trying to modify the velocities of four bass drum notes in a measure of one of my pieces. The first capture shows the first edit. Clearly there's an incremental increase in the velocity. I played it. Didn't hear a change, so I made the velocities ramp up even more, as you'll see in the second capture. Nada. Much time lost on this. How is it that velocities aren't being recognized? I edited those values in both the piano roll and staff view. I also assigned the drum part to HALion Sonic and SI-Drums. I edited the part separately in CBB and SPlat. No change. Anyone have any ideas?
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