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  4. Wednesday, 27 March 2019
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Yes I have a question about something in the video. at 12.34 he triggers several rhythm tracks pressing 1 key. They all keep playing. However all I can see is one part 5 that has arp hold ON. How are the other parts 1-4 still playing the arps without arp hold on? Maybe thats not whats actually happening but I see the volume meters rising. Perhaps its reverbs or sustains
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Yes I have a question about something in the video. at 12.34 he triggers several rhythm tracks pressing 1 key. They all keep playing. However all I can see is one part 5 that has arp hold ON. How are the other parts 1-4 still playing the arps without arp hold on?
There are several ways in which Arp Phrases can be ‘held’ when simply placing ARP On/Off = On (not Arp Hold) _ by simply holding down the Key (or Keys) set to control it (which is what happens at 12:34, and they (Parts 1-5) continue until he finally fully releases the left hand at around 13:09);
_ also the Arps can be set to toggle On on first press, then Off on the next press...
_ also the Sustain pedal, which on electronic instruments, takes the place of holding played notes by hand — since holding down keys causes the Arp to run, they will continue to run while the Sustain pedal is engaged.
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thanks. I guess he is still holding the keys down after all.
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