Changing velocity of note

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Hi, I'm new to LMMS and just testing it out. I was wondering if there is a way to change the velocity of a note over time. I know that you can change the velocity of the entire note but I can't figure out if there's a way to change the velocity multiple times for a note so for example, you can gradually lower the volume of a long note.
Velocity by standard is a property of a note itself and is determined at the moment of pressing the key down. The thing you would need is called aftertouch. In LMMS you can achieve something similar by using automations.
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is there a way to change the velocity of a note over time.
It would be a vibration
The tool for that is called LFO (Low frequency oscillator)
All LMMS native instruments has LFO on the 2. tab
After you have read about LFO: ... -2-env-lfo
You can watch a video