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Old 10-03-2018, 08:34 PM   #1
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Does anyone know how MIDI is implemented on that thing? Nothing in the manual. For some reason itís not responding to velocity, which seems so basic. Running it via Engine, so Iím not entirely sure itís on the model D side.

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Re: Behringer Model D MIDI implementation

I believe you'll only get velocity control from externally converting the velocity data into cv then plugging that in the "loud" input.
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Re: Behringer Model D MIDI implementation

Thatís a bit dumb, but Iím afraid youíre right. Fortunately, I did get me an Engine with the CV expansion.

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Re: Behringer Model D MIDI implementation

Moog Model D didn't respond to velocity, i would think the Behringer would be the same.

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Re: Behringer Model D MIDI implementation

Ok, well, gotta work within itís limitations.

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Re: Behringer Model D MIDI implementation

With all those patch points it's easy to get velocity to amp (using LoudCV and a CV source), but also filter velocity and not just simply using velocity to change the filter 's cutoff frequency (CutCV) but it's actually possible to use the FILT CONT ouput which outputs the filter envelope (LOUD CONT outputs the amp envelope). Patch that filter envelope through a vca modules audio in, that get's modulated with velocity, the vca will output a dynamic envelope that can be patched into CutCV. Voila, velocity sensitive filter envelope!

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