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Make sample behave the same no matter pedal on/off 1 week 6 days ago #1

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Hi,

I have a Warm Pad sample and I am trying to achieve this: when I press a key on keyboard the sound must last as long as I am holding the key down but as soon as I release the key, the sound should enter in the release phase (no matter if the sustain pedal is pressed).

Currently, if the sustain pedal is pressed and I release a key, the sound will last forever until I remove my foot of the pedal and only then the release phase will start.

You could say: well, just dont use the sustain pedal! However I need it because I layer the Warm Pad with other sound (Piano) and I need to be able to control the sustain on/off the pedal to affect the piano sound but I dont want it to affect the Warm Pad sound.

Is this feature already implemented in the software? I appreciate any help into this :)
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Make sample behave the same no matter pedal on/off 1 week 6 days ago #2

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yes, this feature is already implemented in the software, but only for Senior Members. after a few years of good behaviour you will be automatically invited to upgrade (free)
regards bottrop
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Make sample behave the same no matter pedal on/off 1 week 5 days ago #3

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So I hope I am having a good behaviour to be invited in the years to come to install the upgrade :)
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Make sample behave the same no matter pedal on/off 1 week 5 days ago #4

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2x2=4
(1+1)x(1+1)=4
(3-1)x(6-4)=4
That is: Asking the same question in different ways does not affect the answer.
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Make sample behave the same no matter pedal on/off 1 week 5 days ago #5

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Sorry but I think you are making a big confusion. I never ever asked a question like this before.
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Make sample behave the same no matter pedal on/off 1 week 5 days ago #6

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Yes, you are right.
You didn't ask the same question. But the answer was given in the question you asked earlier.

www.polyphone-soundfonts.com/forum/suppo...-sample?start=6#2288

And the answer to that question will be almost the same as the answer to this question. (I'm not trying to bring you down)

As I mentioned in the previous message: As long as the sustain pedal is pressed, any key pressed during this period will not enter the release (note-off) phase.

Somehow, you have to adjust your piano touch style and pedal usage according to the pad delay.

I remembered an old experience: The old D-50 had a preset like "Piano+Pad" and it took some practice and getting used to it. There were even 4 sliders and you could decrease or increase the 4 layers combined with them, but I couldn't do that as I realized that I needed a third hand to do this while I had both hands on the keyboard.

I don't know if this can be controlled in some way or if a solution can be created with another approach.
I'll do some trial work for you today and tomorrow. I'll include a notification of success or failure here.
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