Sifted through the pad sensitivity threads, however my issue is on the opposite end of the spectrum. I've reset my BaseII to default settings within the Livid Editor. That means that CC Pressure is by default on and assigned to CC mode. I've noticed that the pads send multiple, sporadic note-on messages even while they are being held down on. Depending on one's playing style this results in lots of false hits. However as a mandolin effect it does produce some pleasant, although originally unintended, results with what the Keith McMillan people refer to as "rocking" on the pads: applying pressure in varying corners.
Thing is, I was planning to use the User Modes on the Live remote script to trigger ClyphX messages, and multiple calls to those messages are going to send live into a tail spin if not a crash if I can't send a single clear message, whether using CC or note. Not to mention, finger drumming is somewhat frustrated by this level of sensitivity, and sustained notes end up choked whenever they receive a new note-on message. Not to mention, fast playing results in a lot of weak scalar lines.