adding crescendo effect in a midi

Discussion in 'Sequencing Hardware' started by iluvmidi, Apr 24, 2003.

  1. iluvmidi

    iluvmidi New Member

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    Hi midiexperts,

    I was wondering how I could adjust the volume with crescendo or decrescendo effect in a midi. I use cakewalk home studio 9. I have tried adding hairpins around the pile of notes that I want to have that cresc effect but when I play those group of notes, there's no cresc effect. Have I miss sth? Thanks tons to all! Really really want to know how it works...iluvmidi
  2. titanicm14

    titanicm14 New Member

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    Ok my suggestion to you is that you just use the touch sensitive portion of your keyboard. What I mean by that is just kind of playing a song slowing in down ... Or you could do it your way by using magix music studio or something there should be that option in there .. I am not familiar with cakewalk but I have you used it.. try just redoing all the instruments while you play go soft and hard on the keys and that should give you the cresendo effect... Another thing is to try to get a soundblaster card and the bundle programs they are what I use for my midi and that gives me the types of functions you are looking for.
  3. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    You can 'draw' the effect in the 'piano roll' window.

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