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Debuting in the preceding Cubase version, the VST Expression has evolved to a MIDI orchestration tool set, now available in Cubase 6.

 

Exclusively available in Cubase 6, Note Expression provides a way of assigning, creating and editing multiple controller values directly on a single note — ideal for creating demanding orchestral arrangements as well as electronic music textures and sound effects. Combining Virtual Studio Technology with the MIDI paradigm allows each note event to contain multiple controller data, making it possible for polyphonically sounding notes to be dynamically controlled.

 

VST Expression 2 also features an extended Articulations Lane in the Key Editor to include dynamics as well. This means that dynamic symbols which were formerly only applicable to the Score Editor are also displayed in the Key Editor. Rounding out this tool set is the VST Expression Maps feature which has been enhanced to allow VST 3.5 compatible instruments to automatically receive the articulation setup of individual instrument sounds to a single VST Expression Map.

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