Ableton has released Push 3
Ableton has released Push 3

Ableton has announced the release of a new version of its popular Push — Push 3 controller. The main innovation is that the device can now be used as a standalone tool that does not need to be connected to a computer to launch Ableton.
Among other properties of Push 3: support for MPE, an extended form of MIDI that allows users to control a set of parameters in real time. The device can detect the pressure of the finger and its placement along the X and Y axes for precise control of each note.

Additional updates include a built-in audio interface and the ability to send gate and CV signals to modular equipment for a combined Eurorack/Push setup.
Push 3 is available in two versions: connected to a computer and offline. The standalone version is equipped with a specially adapted computing element NUC, which combines a processor, RAM and WiFi in a credit card-sized component.

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