How to adjust the Velocity Ranges of individual Waves in the Strike Multipad

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Hello,the Multipad allows do load two samples to one pad, which are triggered simultaniously. It would be very handy to have the possibilty of a velocity switch to allow to trigger wave A at certain (lower) velocities and to switch to wave B when you hit harder.
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FES

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Criss, Employee

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Hello, FES

Thanks for posting! 

This is already a feature on the Strike Multipad :) Go to your sound settings and select the 2 samples you want on the pad. If you go to your "Mix" settings you can adjust the Velocity High and Velocity Low. In this case, if you want one of your samples to only trigger at a lower velocity (let's say for ghost notes) set the Velocity high to 40-50. And if you want your "Bigger" sample to only trigger when you are doing full strokes on the Strike Multipad, tun the Velocity low higher to 70-80. You will have to play around with these parameters but you can use this as a rule of thumb. 

Hope this helps! 
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FES

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Hello Criss,

thank you very much for your answer.
Looks like I have not read the manual entirely, since it's stated there.
I will try this today.
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Gary Zimmermann

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Criss, is there a setting which allows you to play only Wave A or Wave B, but not both simultaneously and not both alternating. I simply am curious if you can pick one but not the other? If so, how?
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Hello, Gary

If you don't want to hear those layers I would just leave the Wave on "Empty." That would be the easiest way, or you can turn down the volume on one of the Waves in the "Mix" settings under your Sound View.

Hope this helps!