I'm disabled, have to use a notation program to write music
because I can't play a keyboard.
Got Voyetra Music Write - great piece of
software for notation - Reason, Virtual Piano and Kontakt. All legally bought. I'm using
MIDI-Yoke to connect Voyetra to the other listed packages.
It links through
fine. However, once Voyetra is connected to any of the others, none of the controls work.
Doesn't matter what you set anything onto, sound/velocity/everything else goes to 127 and
stays there.You can slide/ wiggle/rotate everything to zero and the sounds are still on
full blast. Full harshness. Just like having the mikes WAY too close to the
BUT. If you set the controls in the package you're outputting the
MIDI signals to BEFORE you link Voyetra up, that becomes the new maximum. You still can't
change anything once Voyetra's been MIDI-Yoked across, though. Which means if you want to
change volume etc., you've gotta close down both packages, reopen the destination package
(Kontakt etc) change the settings, save em, close everything down, reopen everything and
re-MIDI-Yoke - a right, royal pain in the butt just to alter something a few points.
If you put Velocity on zero in Voyetra, the note goes off. If it's on one or
anything higher, the note's back on full blast - 1 equals 127! Volume doesn't do a thing.
So we have Velocity acting as note-on-note-off. Don't know if that helps anyone, but it
Thing is, the onboard Windows Wavetable sounds work fine. They're
bad sounds, true, but they obey all the volume/velocity/panning commands Voyetra dishes
out to them. They can't help being bad, but they're obedient!
I have an AMD
Sempron system, 1GIG Ram, 250 gig hard drive spare, an M-Audio Audiophile 2496 soundcard.
The system's going at nearly 200ghz, overclocked.
Anyone got any ideas? Feel
free to ask me anything you like that could help you.