After a couple of posts another user- iaon took one of the instruments and packed it up into one metamodule with all the velocities mapped out in one instrument.
This sounds like a small thing but it is now one of the hidden great music apps for Android and this could have been big news if somebody released just this aspect of SunVox as a standalone application.
Because it means that there is now possible on Android to do fully professional sample instruments. It is also possible to use modules inside the metamodule to make round robin hits to if so desired! Admittedly it is a bit of work. But to do the velocity based instruments using iaon's module as blueprint it is easy, and maybe start to make WaxingAndWaning's other XI instruments into one metamodule as well and of course to start to make your own velocity based sample instruments.
If somebody had the energy and time it could be of financial interest to make some more advanced SunVox sample instruments to sell?
This is iaons explanation but would recommend to download it and take a look inside to fully grasp what is going on...
So here's the MetaModule containing the five JRhodes XIs. Each one is triggered in about a fifth of the velocity range:
You can always change these by editing the MM, resetting the Velocity curves on the MultiSynths for each XI and removing all the unwanted input velocities for each one, making sure every value plays exactly one of them.
The MM has volume controllers for the individual XIs that can be adjusted to refine the transitions between them. An easy way to check these is to play the MM from a MultiSynth and repeatedly play a note or a chord while changing the Velocity slider (standard transitions at values 52-104-156-206).
To use this as a template for other instruments, replace the samplers (copy/delete MultiSynths and set their ranges if more/less are needed) and make sure the user defined controllers still refer correctly.
If you go to the Download page you will find the iaon sample instrument and there is access to the other WaxingAndWaning instruments as well-
Here is a link to the Forum thread-