04/21/11 + tunalicker
I used to tinker with MIDI yoke and all that MIDI OX mess of freeware.
I stumbled on this page: link
"....Midi velocity curve changer is a simple freeware application for musicians which allows you to change the velocity curve for your MIDI keyboard. It means that it let's you remap the function which maps the strength you hit the key to the volume the note plays. Do you think it's too difficult to play pianissimos? Is there a region of velocities which is difficult to use/reach? ..." from link
might be handy with new gear (like changing dynamics while plyaing live ? ) tiny app so maybe for that.
In other old as dirt news, I used to goof off with Hammerhead (also freeware stuff here) and stumbled on their "drumsyn2" freeware. I made mixit samples, overlay in odd "R&D" looking graph all the noise, exact hertz wanted etc.
It was only more RECENTLY that I have really come to depend on this for checking sound levels and testing speakers (dynamic range printed on headphone packages is totall bullshit often times for an example). My speakers seem to have survived but this tool is dangerous at high volumes and extreme pitches but my fave free thing of ... EVAR. =)
link hope you all are musically hammered -) =) ;)
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