sw_down / sw_up
Enables the region to play if the key equal to
sw_up value is not depressed.
Can be entered in either MIDI note numbers (0 to 127) or in MIDI note names (C-1 to G9)
sw_down=C3 sw_down=24 sw_up=25
The difference between
sw_down and sw_last is that
is a “sticky” keyswitch - after releasing the keyswitch note, it continues to
affect notes until another keyswitch is pressed.
sw_down, on the other hand, is
“non-sticky” and only affects notes played while the switch is held down. It could
also possibly be used for true legato instead of sw_previous.
If there is a default articulation which should sound when no
sw_down keys are
sw_up should be defined for those regions. For example,
if there is a flute with a default sustain articulation which should not sound
when an ornamentation is selected using
sw_down, the default sustain articulation
sw_up so it only sounds when no ornamentation keyswitch is held down.
In ARIA, either
sw_up can be a note in the playable range, regardless
of whether sw_lokey / hikey is defined or not. In rgc sfz, they
can be in the playable range if
sw_lokey/hikey are not defined, but if they
are defined, then
sw_up notes must fall in the
|sw_up||SFZ v1||integer||0||0 to 127|
Category: Region Logic, MIDI Conditions