[img]images/icons/confused.gif[/img] too complex for me!
you can layer the srings and start experimenting with the mod wheel settings to see if you can get them to switch; I doubt it will work. You will always have crossfades.
I think you need another approach to this to make this work.
I think you need to use the mod wheel as a switch in the source page \"on controller\'(not in the amp page). There you can dictate the exact range it should respond to: eg. cc1 = val 1-35 (group 1), cc1 = val 36-64 (group 2) and so on.
Then another set of groups could use the traditional keyswitches for the articulations.
This is just guessing I\'m afraid!
My problem is that I need both switch-keys AND modwheel to select which samples to play.
Strings could be selected by program-changes.
Alternatively you can have strings on different channels, but this is a bit un-cool since you have to set channel number for both notes, swich-keys and all kinds of controllers - like pitch bend. I have been there... and it is a lof of programming. [img]images/icons/rolleyes.gif[/img]
As it is now Halion takes the lead in flexible programming. If I should do the same with Giga (as the structure is now) I would need 16(velocities) x 8 (keyswitch) x 2 (release samples) x 4(string select) = 1024 dimensions!!! [img]graemlins/tounge_images/icons/smile.gif[/img]