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MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) version 1.1 released

After a year of hard work, we released version 1.1 of MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE) with the goal of making it clearer and easier to adopt!

More here:

https://www.midi.org/midi-articles/the-midi-association-announces-the-v1-1-update-to-the-midi-polyphonic-expression-mpe-specification

Comments

  • Great news ! And congratulations 👍
    At least some good reading for this weekend 😆

  • Is this some intermediate step between MIDI 1.x and MIDI 2.0 ? Or is it a standard apart from the MIDI specs ?
    I just try to understand better where MPE takes place in the big MIDI specs universe…
    Thank you again.

  • edited May 13

    @Paulo164 said:
    Is this some intermediate step between MIDI 1.x and MIDI 2.0 ? Or is it a standard apart from the MIDI specs ?
    I just try to understand better where MPE takes place in the big MIDI specs universe…
    Thank you again.

    It's part of the current MIDI 1 specs, the MPE working group has now pivoted to specify how this connects to MIDI 2.0 by working on MPE 2.0 which focused on specifying MIDI-CI profiles and how to handle the transition.

  • edited May 13

    Thank you very much.
    So what I understand is basically that MPE 1.1 makes the maximal use out of MIDI 1 to pass all information needed for plain polyphonic expression (ex. : simultaneous multi-channeling, etc.).
    But not for only (sorry if I may have missed some other important concepts…).

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