Velocity-Sensitive Touch: Manta Meets Ableton Live, 7up

Seven Mantas from bar|none on Vimeo. You’ve got fingers. Those fingers are incredibly sensitive and expressive with pressure, which can translate to music. Happily, touch panels and velocity sensitivity can coexist, as we saw yesterday. There’s more where that came from. bar none points us, via Twitter, to work he’s doing with Ableton Live-controlling patch 7upLive and the Manta touch instrument (also mentioned yesterday). Added Snyderphonics Manta support to SevenUpLive 2.0.x beta this weekend. The beauty here is that you get velocity sensitivity on the plates and SevenUp can use that in its pattern recorders. The Manta supports polyphonic-aftertouch as …

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