#1
I've been learning how to program VST instruments (HalionOne) into an instrument track on Cubase. I've got it down I think... The only thing I haven't been able to do easily is make the kick drum louder and the high-hat/cymbals softer...

In other words, can I raise the kick drum volume and lower the high hat on the same track? Should I be using a different track for the kick drum and another separate track for the ride/high-hat stuff? Seems like that would be lots of work.

How do you guys do it?

Thanks.
#2
Try changing the velocity on the markers, should be at the top of the editor page. Higher the number the "harder" the hit and lower.........
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#3
That's good for changing the velocity of ONE note at a time.

Go into the midi menu to the list editor. Filter so you just get the kick drum track, (probably a C1 note value or something) and make sure you select all of them. One of the columns will be for velocity... just change the number to something softer. (probably a C1 note value or something)

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