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Re: Triple Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby gatzou » 30 Dec 2018, 11:59

Yep, I have done that few days ago, still no answer.
I keep you posted :)
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Re: Triple Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby 23skidoo » 30 Dec 2018, 20:13

Considering the whole team are probably on holidays right now I wouldn't expect an answer until the first or second week of 2019, unless somebody decides to come in and work holidays!
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Re: Triple Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby aureliopenna » 01 Jan 2019, 16:06

Thanks God I'm not alone, it's, of course, part of the realism and beyond that, the ressonance in 2.0 OS still it's in a very low volume (maybe because of it??).
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Re: Triple Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby gatzou » 02 Jan 2019, 12:37

This may be the cause, depending on your play style.
The resonance level may be the same, but as it is always 100% killed at every slight pedal up movement, the perceived resonance is lower (and less rich).

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Re: Triple Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby aureliopenna » 03 Jan 2019, 04:40

gatzou wrote:This may be the cause, depending on your play style.
The resonance level may be the same, but as it is always 100% killed at every slight pedal up movement, the perceived resonance is lower (and less rich).


Yes make sense. Let pray for beeing possible to correct this through OS.
A part of a dinamics playing style depends on it! Some chords transitions only be cool with this, some legatos only can be made using this, there is absolutely no sense to take it off, it's like a trully, assumed downgrade on the instrument.
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Re: Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby 23skidoo » 03 Jan 2019, 05:38

Was it ever there on the Stage 3? I thought it was not ever there, from some reports here.
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Re: Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby aureliopenna » 03 Jan 2019, 13:40

23skidoo wrote:Was it ever there on the Stage 3? I thought it was not ever there, from some reports here.

Yes, I guess it were never there! But the point is, SHOULD be!
and I hope they resolve this by New OS, otherwise I will came back to NS2EX.
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Re: Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby gatzou » 07 Jan 2019, 18:51

Not yet tested, but according to Nord website, this is fixed with the last NS3 OS update v2.02 :

“Sustain pedal "catch" functionality did not properly work for pianos. Fixed.”

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Re: Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby aureliopenna » 07 Jan 2019, 21:35

gatzou wrote:Not yet tested, but according to Nord website, this is fixed with the last NS3 OS update v2.02 :

“Sustain pedal "catch" functionality did not properly work for pianos. Fixed.”

Same way,I did not tested yet but I'm very excited, to see at least it is possible!! Thanks nord!

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UPDATE: Tested, and YES it is working properly!! :clap:
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Re: Pedal « release and catch » behavior

Postby aureliopenna » 09 Jan 2019, 00:01

I loved that clavia make the catch and release work on 2.02! Great! But I also would like to share, in my experience, two things that could be updated, always, if possible.
1 - the volume of remmaing sustained sounds is much lower than it was previously on other Nord Keyboards, so please nord increase or increase ressonant volume or both, so the piano sound could be ever more sonic!
2 - The time to release and catch is so fast, so fast that it's almost impossible to do it naturally, without let the "catched" notes gone, at least with Nord Triple Pedal. Maybe you guys could try some real Uprights or Grands to check how it's works naturally.

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