Key Velocity Patches
Most non-melodic Berlin Series percussion instruments are mapped the conventional way with either key velocity or an assignable CC controlling the velocity layers.
For some Unpitched Metals, an alternative controlling scheme is also provided. These instruments have an extra folder inside their instruments folder called "Key Velocity".
Inside, there are patches with the suffix "KV", which stands for Key Velocity.
Key Velocity patches have their velocity layers spread over the keys of the keyboard. This allows for playing smooth accentuated hits without having to think about or edit key velocity afterwards, producing a consistent velocity.
These patches are otherwise identical in the sample content to their regular counterparts. Use whichever mapping scheme works best for you.