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Ableton Live 9 - Sampler: Adding Velocity Sensitivity to Your Instruments

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Viewers will learn how to include realistic velocity sensitivity to their Sampler instruments.

Video Steps

1. Set the Vol<Vel parameter in the Filter/Global tab to your desired setting

2. Gather samples of hits of various intensity, and drag/drop into Velocity zone window

3. Select all the samples in the Velocity zone window, and Control-click (Right-click on PC) and select Distribute Ranges Equally

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