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Old 21-06-2013, 12:55 PM   #25
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Re: Teenage engineering OP-1

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Originally Posted by Syncopate Life View Post
Why didn't they include velocity sensitivity? That counts a lot for expression. To op-1 users: does this bother your workflow? Workarounds?

The first thing I do whenever I get a new synth/keyboard is to turn off velocity (unless it has the ribbon-like controllers like on the Animoog). So, no. Velocity makes sense on a piano, with real wieghted keys, hammers, and strings, but not on a synth with buttons for keys, at least for me.

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