There is a different set of options that define the sound and level of the signal. Imagine that the sound rises and falls in accordance to the increase and decrease of the current value. A value of 60 is the maximum limit. If a sound is higher than this, a message is displayed on the screen warning the user.
In the next window, you can set the resonance (level of the signal) of the output. By default, it is set at 50. Now, I think that a piano only sounds good at a resonance of 50 %. Adjusting this value makes this sound better or worse. The settings can be "vertically" and "horizontally" typed in red text on the left.
Finally, we can change the current instrument/key. The current instrument might be one of the following: piano, harpsichord, organ... at a maximum of 16 instruments. The current keyboard goes from the first keyboard of the first track (1st row of keys) to the last key of the topmost keyboard (3rd row of keys).
When you blow more air, the sound intensifies, and when you blow more lightly, its intensity decreases. When you stop blowing, the sound stops. Take a moment to appreciate the relationship between how hard you blow and how intense the sound is. You should notice that the way you breathe has an impact on the timbre of the instrument: loud notes seem brighter, and soft notes seem darker. d2c66b5586