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Discussion in 'Feature Suggestions' started by aksn, Nov 7, 2013.
bump for aftertouch support !!!!
Just a wild guess here....but, because they don't care?
They should care, all their S Series keyboards have aftertouch but it's wasted in Maschine, yet Komplete Kontrol which does support aftertouch, is too limited for most things.
Seems like a no-brainer to add this, but so do a lot of things. :- )
Aftertouch in MASCHINE please...
Bump the aftertouch request again. As long as Maschine is not supporting aftertouch, I'll pass (already returned the MK2 version some years ago for this very reason).
Now wait here just one consarned moment ... .no aftertouch? So this lovely lit-up S-88 I've got here, that I use in tandem with Maschine (software and mk3) has a totally crippled function?
Hmmm. Someone mentioned to ask "What's in it for them?"
The answer: Loyal customers? Cuz now I have to go to another platform to use instruments that are only expressive with aftertouch. And when I look, I stray.
Who designed Maschine anyway? Geez.
Plus one for Aftertouch, especially for using Maschine in Tandem with my Komplete Kontrol S25!
Damn, I'm trying to push for MPE and we don't even have aftertouch lol NI are getting left behind...
So Massive X released today featuring, amongst other things, pretty extensive creative use of aftertouch as a modulator by many presets, as well as easy availability of AT as a source.
None of which can be used in Maschine - so seems a ripe opportunity to once again raise this crazy anomaly.
Yes, aftertouch would be nice... really nice... amazing if NI could implement
+1 for supporting plugins and instruments that require modern midi
plugins like massive X by NI - also MPE plugins and instruments like those from roli and others
Ive read and re-read the descriptions of how NI is binding arp/note repeat and AT/velocity data, but I can't for the life of me understand why that is, or why it is necessary. I understand MIDI, AT, arp/note repeat/ vel, etc, but I cant fathom how those things were built that way. When I try to visualize this, I feel like a brick is in my brain, lol.
if ableton push 2 can do it, maschine mk3 (or 1/2) can do it also..
but even the push 2 does not use poly aftertouch, only channel aftertouch in ableton. strange ommission.
Channel AT is fine. The device would have to physically, at a sensor level, support poly AT I believe. For ex my akai advance49 controller has channel AT that comes from the entire keybed.
yes that is of course right, but if you use midi-ox, you see it sends poly at. o well, set it in midi, you see poly at values. no midi-ox needed.
normal behavior of most drumpad controllers, i think, i owned triggerfinger, long time ago, and padkontrol. i thought they could do it.
but - simply - maschine mk3, set it to midi mode; see the values - poly at.....
it has poly aftertouch (play it with an CS-80 emulation, and then you understand why a CS-80 vst needs poly-at, to sound like a CS-80...).
so the hardware side is ok, the software doesn't even, record channel aftertouch midi messages.
OMFG I just downloaded MPC Beats and YOU ARE RIGHT!!!!!!! Poly AT works on my MK3 inside Beats, and Beats maps everything to the MK3 with a good template!!! Ive even got my... libraries loading into it now.... the MK3's poly AT ability is very nice, very pressure-sensitive! It is a travesty that this is locked up inside maschine2!!
Finding some limitations in the stock Beats MK3 template now that Im playing around.
Pitchbend is unavailable unless you map or learn it, and toggling between mod/PB mode for the MK3 touchstrip doesnt work.
Some knobs seem to work ok controlling quick parameters, but many Beats Q-link knobs turn the wrong direction or wont turn properly when using the MK3 to control them. (using the default MK3 template).
I will keep working on this!
What's are the current thoughts on aftertouch in Maschine, Kai @ NI ? Is it being worked on? Not on the table for the foreseeable future? Considered?