New user question: editing velocity of midi notes

Hi all, joined the ranks of Beatmaker 3 users yesterday and I'm really loving it so far. Very intuitive and easy to use. Looking forward to discovering more with time.

However I have already come stuck! I've search for answers but I can't find any, so here I am. I created a drum loop and I want to reduce the velocity of one of the notes so that it feels like a ghost note, much softer than the note preceding it to add some human feel to the groove.

I can't find any function where I can reduce the velocity of a note. This is easy in Gadget, Auria and I'm sure Cubasis (I don't have it).

Anyone know how to do this?
Thanks

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  • @jameslondon74 said:
    Hi all, joined the ranks of Beatmaker 3 users yesterday and I'm really loving it so far. Very intuitive and easy to use. Looking forward to discovering more with time.

    However I have already come stuck! I've search for answers but I can't find any, so here I am. I created a drum loop and I want to reduce the velocity of one of the notes so that it feels like a ghost note, much softer than the note preceding it to add some human feel to the groove.

    I can't find any function where I can reduce the velocity of a note. This is easy in Gadget, Auria and I'm sure Cubasis (I don't have it).

    Anyone know how to do this?
    Thanks

    Double click pattern to take you to pattern edit. Go to bottom screen. Click on pattern automation. Select midi velocity which should already be defauot selected. Reduce velocity using appropriate line draw input tool. This is from top of my head, as don’t have it in front of me here but pretty sure that’s it.

  • Next to the pattern automation button is the pattern midi button, and in there velocity should be there for you

  • Thanks guys. I see it. Perfect.

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