Unless you add more using MIDI Learn, Virtual Guitarist Plug-ins support the following MIDI controllers:
- The Pitchbend controller (usually a wheel) lets you vary the pitch of Virtual Guitarist Plug-ins by ±2 semitones.
- Palm Muting is a powerful method for live-controlling the phrasing of Virtual Guitarist Plug-ins
- The Modulation controller (usually a wheel) controls the Palm Muting that your guitarist applies to the performance.
- In the Modulation controller’s default position, no Palm Muting is applied. The further you turn it up, the shorter the notes will become. The maximum position produces so-called “dead notes”.
You can add Palm Muting after the fact by recording a separate Modulation curve on top of your notes.
Aftertouch has the same function as Modulation (see previous paragraph) – i.e.
pressing the key harder gradually mutes strokes.
The Expression controller is applied individually to each strum in a phrase, so the
volume of the previous step that is still playing is not affected. This can be useful
for fine-tuning performances.
Note that velocity is not used to control volume, as it is difficult to play all notes
of a chord with consistent velocity.
The sustain pedal replicates the Latch control, so you can use it as an additional
way of varying phrases in real-time. Pressing the sustain pedal activates latching
of chord notes. Releasing the sustain pedal releases any latched chord notes
even if the Latch button is on.
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