zoco wrote:Edit it. Can do a lot.
Tried it; can't do much, in fact. The thing is, what changes more with “velocity” change is attack, not the “body” of sound. Try a real piano or Pianoteq to understand what I mean. Try a real bass with slap&pop and finger style: you'll notice that just the attack seriously impacts the overall timbre perception. Cut the attacks from both slapped and finger played bass notes, and you'll suddenly realize that those “very different” sounds are almost identical, except for first 20-30 ms. Heck, some people even think that I always play slap&pop when they don't see me or my hands on the instrument, while it's just forte fortissimo. Try real drums, for whatever's sake. You'll know a lot of new stuff in under a minute if you ever get to play a real thing. That's why most people prefer huge Kontakt libraries: there are literally tons of samples in them, and they resemble velocity the right way.