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PPG Wavegenerator, first test of upcoming voice-per-channel MIDI mode

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Published on Oct 15, 2012

Downloadable .wav of the audio available from SoundCloud (YouTube audio compression seems very audible in this video): http://soundcloud.com/gbevin/ppg-wave...

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I've been helping Wolfgang Palm with adding a new feature to PPG Wavegenerator that allows per-note expression over MIDI by implementing a voice-per-channel MIDI mode. This is a quick test of the first fully working version he sent me today. It's short, but I hope it shows the possibilities of this feature with new electronic instruments like the Eigenharp.

Note that this demo is only using one single sound that has independent expression in three axis for each individual note.

I'm using a modified version of the standard 'Jigsaw Lead' patch that has up-down movement mapped to per-note filter cutoff (Y movement in PPG), pressure (X movement in PPG) to note volume and left-right movement to per-note pitch with a 5 semitone interval.

More information about this excellent iPad synth here:
http://wolfgangpalm.com/

This new feature is probably going to be available as an additional in-app purchase.

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