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Learn Live: MPE

Ableton2021-02-23
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💫 Short Summary

MPE (MIDI Polyphonic Expression) allows control of multiple parameters of a note in software or hardware, with each note having its own channel for individual control. Setting up MPE in Ableton Live involves activating the MPE checkbox in Preferences and connecting an MPE controller. MPE works along three axes - X for horizontal movement (Pitch), Y for vertical movement (Slide), and Z for pressure (Aftertouch). MPE data can be edited without an MPE controller in Live's Expression View and enabled for third-party VST plug-ins in MIDI tracks. The video segment primarily focuses on discussing the plug-in itself.

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Overview of MPE (MIDI Polyphonic Expression) in Ableton Live.
00:58
MPE allows control of multiple parameters of a note with each note having its own channel for individual control.
Setting up MPE in Ableton Live involves activating the MPE checkbox in Preferences and connecting an MPE controller.
MPE works along three axes - X for horizontal movement (Pitch), Y for vertical movement (Slide), and Z for pressure (Aftertouch).
MPE data can be edited without an MPE controller in Live's Expression View and enabled for third-party VST plug-ins in MIDI tracks.
Highlights of the plug-in discussed in the video segment.
05:44
The plug-in allows for easy customization and integration into various digital platforms.
Users can access a wide range of features and tools to enhance their experience.
The plug-in is user-friendly and designed for both beginners and advanced users.
Overall, the plug-in offers a seamless and efficient way to optimize digital content.