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Old 11-27-2017, 01:56 PM
the8bitdeity the8bitdeity is offline
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Hello,
Is there anyway to generate polyphonic aftertouch events? I see the MonoNote sequencer generates Channel Pressure, but I don't trivially see any modules that can output polyphonic AT
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Old 11-27-2017, 06:35 PM
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Nope -- I don't think there's any direct way to do it. There are basically no keyboards that support it (MPE being the 'modern' replacement), and very few synths, etc. Can you tell me more about how you want to use it.

One way to fake it: Use multiple MonoNotes w/ channel pressure mapped to the parameter you want to control.

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Jim
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Old 11-28-2017, 08:30 AM
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Default Polyphonic Aftertouch

The MIDI spec provides 3 per-note controls-- attack velocity (start), polyphonic AT (realtime CC for sustain) and release velocity. Beginning, middle and end controllers for each active MIDI note.

I have a K2661 and K2500R that both respond to polyphonic aftertouch. I have been trying to get a controller with Poly AT for a while. I ordered and received a VAX MIDI, but unfortunately, that project hit some pretty serious problems (as of 2017).

One quick google search brought up a thread with an incomplete list of Poly AT synths (soft & hard).

Korg M1 (VST)
Korg MonoPoly (VST)
Korg Wavestation (VST)
TAL-Sampler
U-he Bazille
U-he Diva
U-he Triple Cheese
XILS 3

Blofeld
Ambika
Ensoniq SQ-80
Ensoniq EPS
Other Ensoniq synths
DSI poly units.

AniMoog on iOS
Sequential Prophet T8

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Old 11-28-2017, 11:02 AM
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Hey Jim,
I was fortunate enough to pick up a Deckard's Dream. Since it got delivered to work, I was looking for a quick way to explore the polyphonic aftertouch aspects from my laptop, hence I booted up Numerology.

It also supports MPE which is nice.
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Old 11-28-2017, 12:19 PM
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Hey Jim,
I was fortunate enough to pick up a Deckard's Dream.
Very cool!

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Since it got delivered to work, I was looking for a quick way to explore the polyphonic aftertouch aspects from my laptop, hence I booted up Numerology.
It also supports MPE which is nice.
MPE is the way to go -- and there are several good controller options. I love the soundplane, but they are not a bit tricky to get ahold of. The's the Roli stuff, the Linnstrument, etc. -- now if only someone can get Dave Smith to support it on his synths....

Cheers,
Jim
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