# Velocity Curves

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### 8 Replies to “ Velocity Curves ”

1. Mukinos says:
MIDI supports different velocity values (from zero to ) and, whichever velocity‑sensitive keyboard you choose, it should let each player generate this complete range of values smoothly as they dig into the keys, from soft to hard. This is the reason why most keyboards offer a selection of velocity curves.
2. Meztizilkree says:
Click on a velocity below to display the curve Here you can see the preferred velocity curves by Pianoteq users for specific keyboard models. To try out any of these curves, copy the velocity text and paste it in the velocity panel in Pianoteq.
3. Fenrijind says:
The force-velocity curve is simply a relationship between force and velocity and can, therefore, be displayed on an x-y graph (Figure 1). The x-axis (i.e. horizontal axis) indicates velocity, for example, this may represent muscle contraction velocity, or velocity of movement (measured in meters per second).
4. Shakami says:
Velocity Curves Calculus tells us that the area under a curve can help us calculate many things, including the total distance traveled by a moving object. Cars are equipped with instruments to measure both position and velocity (see image below). Recording mileage from the odometer gives position while the speedometer shows instantaneous velocity.
5. Mezilrajas says:
Be sure to apply your changed velocity curve settings by going to "Communication" and "Write Scene Data" in the Kontrol Editor. Close your DAW first if it's open. Reaching with any of the curves seems impossible from the very brief testing I did, but you can always set the velocity to a constant value of from the Editor.
6. Goltitilar says:
The rotation curve of a disc galaxy (also called a velocity curve) is a plot of the orbital speeds of visible stars or gas in that galaxy versus their radial distance from that galaxy's centre. It is typically rendered graphically as a plot, and the data observed from each side of a spiral galaxy are generally asymmetric, so that data from each side are averaged to create the curve.
7. Meztimi says:
These curves represent the velocity of the typical boy or girl at any given instant. Adapted from Benso () Representation of height velocity curves .
8. Zuludal says:
This negative answer tells you that the yo-yo is, on average, going down 3 inches per second.. Maximum and minimum velocity of the yo-yo during the interval from 0 to 4 seconds are determined with the derivative of V(t): Set the derivative of V(t) — that’s A(t) — equal to zero and solve. Now, evaluate V(t) at the critical number, 2, and at the interval’s endpoints, 0 and 4.