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PolyBrute Editor
« on: October 09, 2020, 03:32:53 am »
1) Can I add the PolyBrute editor as a VST to a track in my DAW (Bitwig) and use that same track to record MIDI notes, Pitchbend, Aftertouch and CCs (or NRPNs) that are generated by a MIDI controller assigned as the MIDI input to that track (where "MIDI controller" could be PolyBrute or some other MIDI controller capable of generating CCs/NRPNs)?

2) If I'm using a generic MIDI controller as described above, does the PolyBrute editor support "MIDI Learn", so that I can essentially use the the PolyBrute editor to map the MIDI CC's/NRPN's output by my generic MIDI controller to the CC's/NRPN's needed to control the PolyBrute hardware?

3) If Arturia adds MPE support to MatrixBrute and I'm using a MPE-capable MIDI controller (such as Roli Seaboard) as the MIDI input to a Bitwig track containing the PolyBrute editor, will I be able to route the 5 dimensions of controllability (including polyphonic aftertouch and polyphonic pitch bend) generated by the Roli Seaboard to destinations within the MatrixBrute editor?  Note that Bitwig fully supports MPE.
« Last Edit: October 09, 2020, 03:49:07 am by jomic »


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Re: PolyBrute Editor
« Reply #1 on: April 22, 2021, 07:51:06 pm »
1) Yes, not CC's though b/c there isn't a native BW script for PB.
2) Not that I've seen built in, you could map midi inputs from BW modules to the VST though.
3) I'm not expecting MPE support on PB. Yes, you should be able to route the signals to the VST.


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Sound dump via Midi/USB?
« Reply #2 on: June 01, 2021, 03:02:34 am »
Is there a way to save your sounds without the Editor?


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