Boss GP-10 F.A.Q.
Started by KuRi, October 03, 2023, 05:00:20 AM
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Quote from: arkieboy-fgn on June 14, 2013, 10:59:41 AMHi MartinDid it work properly at one time? Using the same guitar that your GK pickup is now onI found some of my guitars did not work as well as others ...Also, you need to fiddle with several parameters in the global section at once to get a good setup. Trigger level sets the minimum picking intensity that will cause the axon to send a note on event - start with it set high and reduce it until you get unacceptable glitches and bump it back up a couple of notchesNote off level sets the point at which the axon ignores any further signal from the string and sends a note off event - again start at the max and reduce until long notes warbleOnce these are set, then tune the string sensitivity so that the loudest notes you play send out a velocity of 127, but when you back off your picking intensity the velocity numbers get smaller[/b]Also, if you have a high velocity offset of the patch, then any glitch notes will be at 127 too - and very audible! I used to have a guitar setting that was quite 'safe' - i.e. I couldn't get it to glitch at all - for playing organ sounds because as an organ is not velocity sensitive, then any glitches will be easily audible, whereas something like strings with lots of expression is much easier to play and I would often use a more sensitive setup to take advantage of the expressivity. Remember you can setup several sensitivity settings and select which one you use for a particular patch (guitar number). I used to have three settings - one for piano sounds, one for organs and another for everything else.Also check that if you're playing with a plectrum you don't have 'finger pick' set to on so that it can listen to the pick position.