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Velocity curve

My Akai MPK249 is very easy to make 127 velocity Note. How can I fix it? I did try around with setting Velocity Curve to either +50 or -50 but seems like nothing to be changed?
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  • Hey Vic,

    Thanks for posting!

    You can also change the Gain setting in the same Global menu as Curve to alter the overall velocity sensitivity of the keybed. At a low gain value, more force is required to generate a note. At a high gain value, less force is required to generate a note.

    Changing these settings should be having an effect on the sensitivity of the keybed (and pads, when applicable). If you suspect there is no change taking place, I would first try and reset the controller by performing the following and then make your changes:


    • Press Preset to enter Preset Mode.

    • Press the Left Cursor button so Factory Settings appears in the display.

    • Turn the Value Dial and select Globals.

    • To restore MPK249's factory default Global Mode settings (which overwrites those you have saved), press the Value Dial.

    • To cancel the operation, press Preset.


    If you suspect there may be a hardware issue with your MPK249, I would encourage you to get in touch with us! Here are a couple of options that you could choose from:

    • Submit a Warranty or Service inquiry with our Technical Support team by logging onto the Akai Pro Support Page. Select Warranty or Service Inquiry from the drop down menu.

    or

    • For quicker support, call your nearest Support Office or International Distributor.

    Make sure to reference or link this thread to help out the support team.

    I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any additional questions.
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