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Topic: Convolution controlled by sustain pedal bug in K2 PMI updates

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    Convolution controlled by sustain pedal bug in K2 PMI updates

    I explain :
    First, press sustain pedal down, then play a key, then release the key, then release sustain pedal, then wait the sound to competely die (300-400ms), then press sustain pedal down again. We can still here the convolution resonance even though the note stopped sounding.
    Actually, it happens during all the time the convolution has not ended.

    It can result in some very bad sounding chords' chains using sustain pedal.

  2. #2

    Re: Convolution controlled by sustain pedal bug in K2 PMI updates

    I am aware of this unwanted side-effect.
    I tried several solutions but they all make the effect less warm, so the best solution I have right now is to adjust the IR-Time in the convolution window to about 65% instead of 100%.
    See:
    Best regards,
    Michiel Post


  3. #3

    Re: Convolution controlled by sustain pedal bug in K2 PMI updates

    Michiel,
    I sent a new email to K2 beta team about this. You can emphasise it if you want.
    Best,
    Xavier

  4. #4

    Re: Convolution controlled by sustain pedal bug in K2 PMI updates

    Hi Xavier,
    Did the August Forrestier piano in the K2 Library use any convolution sustain?
    Best regards,
    Michiel Post


  5. #5

    Re: Convolution controlled by sustain pedal bug in K2 PMI updates

    No, it don't.
    The August Foerster use convolution only for pedal up staccato/legato for the moment.

  6. #6

    Re: Convolution controlled by sustain pedal bug in K2 PMI updates

    Well, it will be solved in update 2.1, with ability control midi automation of any CC thru script.

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