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Posted by: Germano
« on: March 19, 2023, 09:19:21 am »

+1 for MPE
I don't own a PolyBrute yet, but if MPE is added, instant buy! I have the Osmose and I imagine the PolyBrute would be amazing to play with? ;)
Posted by: Polish_Prince
« on: March 11, 2023, 03:03:53 am »

I'll throw a wrench in and vote NO on MPE.  MPE is for violin players, not keyboard players. It's blasphemous. Keep this synth a synth.
Posted by: TimeEchoProductions
« on: March 08, 2023, 05:35:13 pm »

Im bumping this again.

Arturia, if it is possible with a firmware update
To make the Polybrute MPE compatible for external MPE controllers, please consider it.
Many of your software products have this now.

The polybrute is very deep for modulating which would make it great for MPE.

Posted by: leggy
« on: January 28, 2023, 03:27:55 pm »

Polybrute owner here and I've got an Expressive E on order, coming soon hopefully, so I'd love to see MPE support too. I wonder if it's possible?
Posted by: Lokologico
« on: January 08, 2023, 06:58:24 pm »

+1 Plus one. Polybrute would be an amazing synth engine to the new Expressive E Osmose, a Roli Sesboard or Harkan Continuum. MPE support would be superb. The prophet can do it why not this ?
Posted by: rrr123
« on: December 05, 2022, 06:41:15 am »

+ 1 to this.
Posted by: StudioDeutz
« on: October 14, 2022, 05:07:54 pm »

I know it is a little off-topic, but would'nt it be possible to make the "standard" keys (white/black) of a keyboard be MPE sensitive?

The costs would be higher of course. Another French company has made it "Expressive E Osmose". Every key has a 3 way MPE option - very much like the Morphe...

EDIT: emanuelsj - I do not have a MPE keyboard. But I tried something out, what makes me wonder: the PB seems to be able to play  6-voice aftertouch - individually every voice !
- I have a AKAI MPCX - playing the pads of it (they are aftertouch sensitive of course) and the midi signal of aftertouch of each pad triggers individual modulation. Tried it with the preset "After Touch Brass". It is not MPE as such, but more than the PB keyboard can do. So the Rise can maybe trigger things the official announcement is not describing.

Maybe somebody can verify my experience and maybe somebody has the Rise 1 - to test even more.

The Polybrute seems to have hidden treasures :-)

Listen to this, I added "Pitch VCO1" to the aftertouch to make it more obious: listen to attached mp3
Posted by: emanuelsj
« on: October 14, 2022, 10:44:53 am »

This is a critical feature request for me too. I cannot see the music production without MPE anymore. Arturia, please hurry up, my Seaboard Rise 2 will arrive in December 2022, you still have time to address this important feature! Thanks!
Posted by: EricP
« on: July 18, 2022, 09:51:15 pm »

Agree MPE would make this great synth even greater
Posted by: DrJustice
« on: May 19, 2022, 04:12:20 pm »

Just a question: Would it, even in theory, be possible to get polyphonic aftertouch on the Polybrute from the internal keyboard, or is aftertouch somehow global in the hardware itself?
The keyboard can't produce poly aftertouch. It only has a single "sensor".

I think in a live stream they mentioned that it should be technically possible to achieve on the synth with an external controller though.
There is indeed only a single sensor, but the PB has the rather nifty duophonic aftertouch feature which can do "the trick", as it were, in many situations - check it out :)

It can already receive poly aftertouch, and that works fine with an external controller - I use a MicroFreak for that
Posted by: saemola
« on: May 18, 2022, 10:56:24 pm »

Just a question: Would it, even in theory, be possible to get polyphonic aftertouch on the Polybrute from the internal keyboard, or is aftertouch somehow global in the hardware itself?
The keyboard can't produce poly aftertouch. It only has a single "sensor".

I think in a live stream they mentioned that it should be technically possible to achieve on the synth with an external controller though.
Posted by: Speldosa
« on: March 10, 2022, 04:31:38 pm »

Basically registered an account here just to say this. I don't own the Polybrute, but I'm really eyeing it at the moment. I'm going to buy the Expressive E Osmose when it comes out, and I really want an analog synth that can be controlled by it. It would be really intresting to hear someone from Auturia comment on if this even is theoretical possible with the Polybrute.

Just a question: Would it, even in theory, be possible to get polyphonic aftertouch on the Polybrute from the internal keyboard, or is aftertouch somehow global in the hardware itself? If you hook up the Polybrute as a midi controller, do you get individual aftertouch from each key separately?
Posted by: JimmyTheSaint
« on: February 22, 2022, 02:48:53 am »

+1. Immediate buy and swap out with other gear when the Polybrute gets MPE.
Posted by: parmenidis
« on: February 13, 2022, 08:32:35 pm »

Please Arturia it's 2022!
MPE for Polybrute please!

It is 46 years since CS-80 offered polyphonic aftertouch!
Posted by: yakirbt
« on: January 17, 2022, 11:32:55 pm »

+1
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