If you have a MIDI Polyphonic Expression instrument or
like the LinnStrument, Roli Seaboard Block, or Haken ContinuuMini, taking full advantage of its capabilities requires sounds designed for multidimensional musical expression. controller
That’s just what you’ll find in the MPE Collection, a bundle of three expansion banks for UVI Falcon and the free UVI Workstation 3 sample player.
Expressive E, designers of the Touché expression controller, developed this new collection of 240 presets, which is divided into banks called Helium, Mercury, and Patchwork MPE. Each bank contains 80 presets that provide per-note control in three dimensions over parameters such as loudness, vibrato, timbre, and pitch bend.
Mercury’s sounds quickly change character in response to your touch gestures. Patches include arpeggios, basses, leads, and more. Helium, as the names suggests, furnishes light and airy sounds, with a vibe more suitable for acoustic or ambient music. Patchwork MPE comprises an assortment of patches originally developed for the Touché, adapted to suit a wider range of expressive controllers. For a limited time, you can purchase any of the three for $39 or the entire collection for $99. After November 22, the price increases to $49 each or $129 for all three.
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