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Animoog.org is not related to Moog Music in any way, other than I’m an Animoog player, fan and an official beta tester. Everything you’ll find here is free information, licensed under Creative Commons (CC-BY). ‘Animoog’ is a trademark of Moog Music. Everyone is welcomed to contribute to Animoog.org, you can contact me by leaving a comment on this page or elsewhere on the site. You can learn more about me here.

Cheers! — Alex / Satri

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  1. Cubase Pro 10 now officially supports MIDI Polyphonic Expression (MPE). I would like to know how to create a MIDI file which send MPE to Animoog. I have iConnectMIDI4+ – how to make this setup?

    1. Hi Constantine,

      Enable MPE in Animoog by going to “Setup => MIDI” and then select “MPE” for the MIDI IN Channel (MPE is last in the dropdown list). Hope this helps :-) — Alex / Satri

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