MATRIXSYNTH: Make Anything MPE: The Moog Subharmonicon and Logic Autosampler

Tuesday, January 12, 2021

Make Anything MPE: The Moog Subharmonicon and Logic Autosampler


"We recently geared up with a @Moog Music Inc Subharmonicon to see how it might integrate well with the Sensel Morph. The Subharmonicon is really designed as a standalone hardware synth, with patching capabilities for modular integration. As a result, we found it difficult to do anything very different with the Morph. But recognizing the Subharmonicon's strengths, we turned to Logic Pro X's Autosampler - a brilliant piece of kit that is a great way to make anything work with MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) control.

00:00 - Introduction
01:12 - Play Notes with MIDI
01:36 - Control Moog with custom XYZ pads
3:05 - Use Logic Pro X Autosampler
3:18 - Setup External Instrument (MIDI to Moog)
3:50 - Setup Autosampler and Make A Sampler Instrument
5:40 - Play your new software synthesizer!
6:17 - Add MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) to Logic Sampler
7:20 - Copy Settings between patches
8:39 - Make an MPE Synth in Ableton Live 11
9:48 - Add MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) to Live Sampler
10:25 - Write Loop points in Live and Save to Sample!
10:58 - Conclusion!"

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