In the Drum Map Editor you can display note velocities as a series of horizontal bars behind the note. To show or hide velocity tails, click the Piano Roll view Notes menu and choose Show Velocity Tails.
4. When you edit multiple notes that have different initial velocities, the velocities are adjusted on a relative basis, so if you reduce a velocity by 50%, all other selected notes have their velocities reduced by the same percentage. For example: you select three notes. The first has a velocity of 100, the second a velocity of 50, and the third a velocity of 30. You click and drag the velocity of the first note down to 50. The second note’s velocity changes from 50 to 25 and the third note’s velocity changes from 30 to 15.
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