Gate: This is an audio gate which only affects Muon and Blue Steel.
Reducing the gate means more of the raw audio from the sensor runs through the sound engine, and increasing the gate reduces the amount of raw audio that runs through the sound engine.
If you have feedback issues, one of the steps you may want to take is to increase the gate (as well as turn down the volume of your device and reduce the sensitivity slider).
Trigger Threshold: This parameter sets the threshold at which hits are detected. During the training process, one dot should appear each time your perform an example of your gesture. If more than one dot appears, you should increase the trigger threshold and perform the training process again.
If no dots are appearing during the training process, then you should decrease the trigger threshold and perform the training process again.
When using MIDI Input, you can decrease the amount of force required to trigger a new pitch by decreasing the Trigger Threshold, or increase the amount of force required to trigger a new pitch by increasing the Trigger Threshold
Trigger time: This parameter is the interval in milliseconds within which one onset or hit will be recognised. At 40ms, Mogees will only recognise one hit within 40 milliseconds. If you are playing a wobbly or shaky object (for example a cymbal) you may want to increase the trigger time, so that the secondary vibrations after you hit the object are not detected as new hits. If you are playing on a firm surface and require faster response, you can decrease the trigger time.
MIDI Velocity: This scales the output MIDI Velocities.
1 = a full range of 0 to 127.
0.5 = a half range of 0 to 68.
Advanced Audio Parameters on iOS:
Advanced Audio Parameters for VST/AU plugin: