Hi, mpe enthusiasts,
i added an mpe directory to the axoloti/tiar repo:
You will find there a mpe version of the "commuted waveguide violin" (with an improved attack - velocity controlled - and reverb).
I'll adapt many patches there in the future.
The sub directory
will contain mpe patches more specifically designed for the seaboard rise mpe controllers.
For the moment, it contains a special "commuted waveguide violin".
As I played with the seaboard, i wanted to do big "virtuoso" glides...
so, almost no quantification...
and a lot of false notes.
I'm not Jordan Rudess !...
I don't want to switch on the note quantification on the seaboard (even if the quant algo is nice). I want to glide AND play right with no effort
The seaboard sends the information about the vertical position on the keywaves as the "timbre" CC74...
So, in the axoloti patch i added a soft quantisation object that is controlled by the vertical position on the keywaves.
So if you are around the middle of a keywave, the quantification will be more effective than if your fingers slide at the top or bottom of the keywaves.
With this simple trick you can play "virtuoso" without too many false notes.
[UPDATE 04 jul 18] Polyphony extended to 5 voices.