Since i am figuring out more and more Kontakt-features i updated my Kontakt version of the Markus’ EXS instrument and added some minor tweaks (Velocity crossfade, Velocity Modulation Amount, etc.)
If somebody wants it, go ahead.
I tried both of it when I built the original mRhodes Sampler Instrument:
– The release triggers I recorded were so quiet that I could hardly see any wave form. So I left them out.
– The difference between the “medium-loud” and the “loud” recordings was a bit unsteady and blurry – cause that’s how my Rhodes simply is. 🙂 So I made one velocity layer as a combination of these two recordings that is to some degree consistent.
IMO, the thing about Release Samples is, instead of really hearing them, you rather “feel” them somehow since they the create a bridge between the sustained notes and the silence – poetically they fill the gap 😉
Why not NR them and then you can raise them in volume without hearing the background noise floor. You could add an on/off and volume control for the release samples so the user has complete control.
I’ve recently done this with another Pianobook piano conversion I’ve just completed.
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