Yes, Cmd-dragging will set velocity to 100!Fraxis wrote: ↑08 May 2019Actually, although it doesn’t seem to be documented, control/command clicking on a step’s velocity bar seems to set it to the same value (100?) as if you had added one by double clicking. Would be good to be able to select several steps and do that all of them with one click though please.Fraxis wrote: ↑08 May 2019Is there a way to fix the velocity of a selection of notes that you have played to a set value, rather than just adjust their relative velocities? I wouldn’t want to have to individually adjust up to 32 steps, especially as there’s no numerical indicator of the level as you adjust it. And can I add my vote for adding ratchets and at least one CV lane to adjust a filter cut-off etc. As a priority for the first update please?
If you select some notes in the grid, only those notes will be affected when you edit velocities. So you can drag across the entire lane and only the selected notes will change velocity. So if you select one note in the chord, you will see/change the velocity of that note only.
If you hold shift you increase the vertical resolution drastically (x5), so if you set one note to the desired velocity, then hold shift and drag across the lane, you don't need that much precision to give the same value to all selected notes.
One thing that didn't make it into 1.0 is that we wanted to show the actual velocity value in the lane when you draw velocities with shift pressed. This will probably make it into the next update.