You can now control both audio input gain and MIDI velocity offset on Instrument tracks. The pre-fader Input Gain parameter allows you to fine tune the track’s volume, while the Velocity Offset parameter lets you apply a velocity offset to note events.Instrument tracks can show either audio or MIDI controls by selecting the Audio tab or MIDI tab at the bottom of the Inspector.In previous versions of Cakewalk, the Gain knob in the Inspector always controlled velocity offset. The Gain knob now controls audio input gain if the Audio tab is selected, or velocity offset if the MIDI tab is selected.Figure 622. Instrument track shown in the Inspector.A. Input gain (Audio tab) B. Velocity offset (MIDI tab)
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