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Allthough SONAR will not record Release Velocity information, it does pass it along through its event chain. As such, we’re able to generate it artificially by tracking a Continuous Controller.
Installation:
Place the .dll file with your other MFX files: CakewalkShared MIDI Plugins would be a good choice for standard SONAR installations. Then you must get the MFX information into the Windows registry with regsvr32…
– EASY WAY: Copy TcMfxVelocityReleaserReg.bat to the directory with the .dll, and double-click to run the .bat file.
If you don’t get a RegSvr32 “succeeded” message, with the command window only flashing for a second, that means the batch file has failed. In that case, you must use the.
– HARD WAY: Open a command window, CD to the installation directory, and type:
C:WINDOWSsystem32
egsvr32.exe TcMfxVelocityReleaser.dll
If your Windows system directory is elsewhere, make the appropriate path change.
Note:
However, that I don’t have a synth that appropriately responds to release velocity, so I’m not sure if this actually works under SONAR! Maybe it does in Cubase.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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‘TcMfxVelocityReleaser’ is a Velocity Release Event in a Music MIDI file. The Velocity Release parameter corresponds to the velocity at which a note is released.
Parameters:
‘releaseVelocity’ – The Velocity at which a note is released. In the TcMfxVelocityReleaser header file, this parameter is called “velocity”.
Returns:
‘classMfxReleaseVelocityReleaser’ instance. In a Music MIDI file, this is always the most recent Velocity Release Event.

‘TcMfxVelocityReleaser’ is a Velocity Release Event in a Music MIDI file. The Velocity Release parameter corresponds to the velocity at which a note is released.
Parameters:
‘velocity’ – The Velocity at which a note is released. In the TcMfxVelocityReleaser header file, this parameter is called “velocity”.
Returns:
‘classMfxReleaseVelocityReleaser’ instance. In a Music MIDI file, this is always the most recent Velocity Release Event.

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The TcMfxVelocityReleaserPlugin is a simple plugin that listens for a MIDI velocity change and resets a continous controller’s release velocity. (from the SONAR Manual)
The plugin creates events that are essentially a double-tap of the release velocity of a continuous controller when velocity is released. The events are dispatched by the MIDIInputUnit or SONAR itself.
If the MIDI Input Unit can handle velocity release (eg. a velocity envelope), then TcMfxVelocityReleaserPlugin will do nothing.
If the Unit cannot handle velocity release, TcMfxVelocityReleaserPlugin will add the double tap to the velocity release of the continuous controller.
In addition to generating MIDI events, TcMfxVelocityReleaserPlugin will increase the release velocity of the continuous controller to its prior velocity when velocity is released. This behaviour is limited to any number of velocity change events within a single MIDI message.
If the Plugin has been created with a “clicking” time of 0 (in seconds), then the plugin will do nothing if the velocity release comes in the middle of a controller’s note.
If the Plugin has been created with a “clicking” time of 0 (in seconds), then the plugin will wait for a velocity change before it will handle the velocity change. (from the SONAR Manual)
Install Instructions:
Place the.dll file with your other MFX files: CakewalkShared MIDI Plugins would be a good choice for standard SONAR installations. Then you must get the MFX information into the Windows registry with regsvr32.
– EASY WAY: Copy TcMfxVelocityReleaserReg.bat to the directory with the.dll, and double-click to run the.bat file.
If you don’t get a RegSvr32 “succeeded” message, with the command window only flashing for a second, that means the batch file has failed. In that case, you must use the.
– HARD WAY: Open a command window, CD to the installation directory, and type:
C:WINDOWSsystem32
egsvr32.exe TcMfxVelocityReleaser.dll
If your Windows system directory is elsewhere, make the appropriate path change.
However, that I don’t have a synth that appropriately responds to release velocity, so I’m not sure if this actually works under SONAR!

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This plugin is derived from a software velocity release-time shifter.
This plugin uses the System -> PdF -> Driver’s Device Data, and System ->PdF->VM -> Velocity as its reference.
(PdF, Velocity, etc…) refer to the same fields of a Real-Time Clocking Curve (RTC) in the Linux driver.

Zephyr Note by Tim Johnson:
Maybe it would be a good idea to include this information at the end of this blog, in case it’s useful to someone. As I’m still making tweaks to my hardware,
I’m not entirely sure how this will work on a different system.

Starting with a velocity of 0 will set the controller to 0.5 (which is what happens if you press on the fader). Going to a velocity of 1 will move it to 1.0.
I have the two controls right next to each other, and it seems that velocity makes it jump a bit too quickly. I have a feeling that there is some odd velocity roll-off behavior happening, but I can’t think of a reason why.

Check the bottom of the PDF to see the equation. I didn’t want to deal with a bunch of math, so I figured I’d use a simple “mild exponential” curve.

My initial thought was to use a 50% “jump,” but it seemed like the faders could get all screwy if you did that. I also needed a way for the user to “wrap around” to 0 (after the first “jump”) and to get back to 0 (after the last “jump”). The formula allows for that, which is really what you need.

The rest is just straightforward math.

Download the plugin

I’ve recently redesigned the webpage and embedded all the plugins in the.zip file.

This version allows for a much smoother user experience.

If you are still using the old link, you should be able to find the ZIP file here.

You can find the entire “TcMfxVelocityReleaser.zip” on SourceForge.net.

Thanks for being an Early-Access tester.

You can also visit the help section at the top of this page for more information on the plugin.

Have an idea or feature request?

I can be reached at any time by emailing me at timjohnsonjr at gmail dot com.

Monday, June 13, 2012

So, I decided I’d update the page and redesign the entire thing.

I started this project so that my plugins would be easy to find, and have a pleasant user experience. There were still some things I wanted to add, so I decided to put out an Early-Access tester version to get a few bug reports out of the way.

If you find a

System Requirements For MFX Velocity Releaser:

Processor:
Intel Core i3 2.3 GHz or AMD equivalent
Memory:
4 GB RAM
Graphics:
NVIDIA GeForce GT 540M or AMD equivalent
DirectX:
Version 11
Hard Drive Space:
20 GB
Sound Card:
Minimum hardware requirements are the following:
DirectX: 11
Screen resolution: 1024×768
Computer RAM: 128 MB
Motherboard: Intel P3
Processor: Intel Pentium 1.0 GHz
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