Polyphonic Aftertouch

Memorymode is based upon one of the very best-sounding polyphonic programmable analog synthesizers of the 80s, the legendary Memorymoog synthesizer.
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Polyphonic Aftertouch

Post by marzzz » Thu Jul 22, 2021 6:54 pm

The original MemoryMoog was quite famous for choking on polyphonic aftertouch messages, and is frequently cited as a reason (no longer valid, btw) to exclude polyAT response over MIDI from various hardware and software synths. I see that Cherry Audio is implementing MPE in the Memorymode VST, but would you please add polyphonic aftertouch response to MIDI to its features?

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Re: Polyphonic Aftertouch

Post by Ade » Tue Oct 12, 2021 10:07 am

I'd like to add a heartfelt plea for the inclusion of poly AT.
It is what made the CS-80 what it is - and its inclusion on instruments by Spectrasonics, U-He, Arturia and others enables beautiful expression in their instruments, for those who wish to run existing Poly AT equipped 88 note keyboards without jumping onto a Seaboard Grand.
The Memorymode will be utterly stunning with this inclusion.


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