(not wishing to confuse the issue any further… yes, the Input Transformer is the answer > > , but I do have a slight query to ask of Weasel, and his screenshot)…
When it comes to all things Transformer… Vic France is, without a doubt, our forum’s resident expert on the matter (not to mention being our resident Score guru and all-around good guy). He raises a few questions that deserve a reasonable response.
I found that using “Set to fixed value” with a value of 127 for the Action Target’s Value 2 (which I felt was necessary to set a specific recordable Note velocity value) created a “double hit” or “bounce” situation with the pedal I used for this test (an old KORG sustain pedal).
Using “Multiply by” solved the “bounce” problem. Why? I have no idea. It just works. Since I had no idea what kind of gear bakiki might be using, I felt that including the “Multiply by” step would just work no matter what keyboard controller/pedal combo was being used. Of note: I had the same results in both C7 and C6.5.
I guess this is a good point to add that this Input Transformer design could have been set up in “Local” mode. I just went with the first choice: “Global”.
If anyone is interested in the results I was getting between using “Set to fixed value” and “Multiply by” as the Action Target’s Value 2 to solve my “bouncing” issue, take a look here:
I rest my case…I’ll wait and see if Vic files a motion