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Playing one finger double effect Stage 3

Postby Bluerabbitt » 17 Apr 2019, 18:08

Hello.

I would like to play a high C with one Finger and an Octave deeper with the other Finger as well. Is there, so that I don't have to double this myself, an Effect that does this with North Stage 3? I play a relatively fast Melody And with my left Hand the Accord. Could one practice, determined, but that would be easier.

Is that possible?

Thanks and greets Reiner.
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Re: Playing one finger double effect Stage 3

Postby Ivan Jochner » 17 Apr 2019, 18:25

Hi, can u be more precise what are you trying to get from NS 3?
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Re: Playing one finger double effect Stage 3

Postby Mr_-G- » 17 Apr 2019, 19:27

Two octaves from the same key? Switch on the other slot and transpose down one octave.
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Re: Playing one finger double effect Stage 3

Postby stopmakingsense » 18 Apr 2019, 21:57

What Mr_G said but... Split the keyboard so your chording left hand doesn't have the same 2 Octave effect as the right hand side.
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Re: Playing one finger double effect Stage 3

Postby stopmakingsense » 18 Apr 2019, 22:57

I should add.. So the idea is you have one Piano on Panel A that plays the whole range of the keyboard, and the Piano on panel B is Split, so that no sound is produced from that panel on the Left hand chording side, and on the right side, it is transposed an octave. You could even set the Mod wheel, or Expression pedal, to bring the volume of Panel B from Zero to just right, so that you have a quick way to go from normal to 2 octaves on your right hand, without having to double click the panel buttons just right.
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