Now that you know what all the features of Sensory Percussion V2 are, this section will show you how some of them are commonly used.
📄️ Add Assignments
An overview of creating assignments and best practices for organizing assignments.
📄️ Add Effects
A breakdown of how effects work in Sensory Percussion
📄️ Add a Microphone (or another audio source)
How to get audio from a microphone or line-input producing sound in Sensory Percussion.
📄️ Change Sets with an Assignment
A guide to switching sets with an Assignment
📄️ Audition Samples
A step-by-step guide for how to audition samples
📄️ Blend Between Zones
A guide to applying blends to samples across zones of the drum.
📄️ Cross Control
A simple guide on how to control sounds mapped to one drum with a different drum
📄️ Install Sound Packs
A guide to installing Sound Packs for Sensory Percussion 2
📄️ Control Parameters with MIDI-in
A basic guide on how to control stuff in Sensory Percussion with a MIDI device
📄️ Send MIDI Out
A guide for sending MIDI out of Sensory Percussion to other programs/devices
📄️ Navigate Complex Sets
Tips for navigating your sets' layers in edit view.
📄️ Record Your Performance
Tips for Recording Sensory Percussion
📄️ Relink Samples
Intstructions on how to fix broken sample links.
📄️ Set Up MIDI Routing
Intstructions on how to set up virtual MIDI routing on your computer
📄️ Use Melody and Harmony
A Compendium of Tips for Using Tonal Elements in Sensory Percussion
📄️ Use Thresholding
What is thresholding and how best to use it