... exactly my thoughts!graphixsounds wrote:of course, Poly AT is a no brainer. I don't understand why this isnt native in live 9/10. Its just weird when ableton puts Seaboards in their product/studio shots. They commission Roger Linn to give tutorials for their website, and the linnstrument is neglected here in a major way. I just don't get it. Bitwig has had PolyAT/MPE native and Ableton has the Push that supports poly AT and all of this is still missing in Live? Its crazyStromkraft wrote:How can you ask for MPE and ignore polyphonic aftertouch, that's been part of the MIDI spec for 30 years or so? After all, MPE is not even two years and hardware support is limited. There's plenty of PA-supporting hardware out there, also old. Even Push support polyphonic aftertouch AFAIK.graphixsounds wrote:how on earth did they drop the ball that hard and not add MPE support?
I think its time to face the truth. MPE/PolyAT will *never* happen!!
So they can force us to spend double dollars and by *Bitwig* instead.
Because Ableton and Bitwig are basically the same company.