MPE/iX is a proprietary operating system developed by Hewlett-Packard (HP) for use on HP's 3000 series minicomputers. It is based on a combination of the MPE V operating system and HP's HP-UX operating system.

MPE/iX was first released in 1984 and was the first HP 3000 operating system to support the HP-UX operating system. HP continued to develop and release new versions of MPE/iX until the HP 3000 series was discontinued in 2003.

The last release of MPE/iX was version 7.5, which was released in 2001. This version added support for the HP-UX 11.0 operating system and included a number of other enhancements.

MPE/iX is a proprietary operating system, which means that it is not available for purchase by anyone other than HP. However, HP does make the source code available for certain versions of MPE/iX under a special license. This allows independent developers to create their own versions of MPE/iX, which can then be used on HP 3000 systems. What is MPE computer? The MPE computer is a type of computer that uses the MPE operating system. This system is designed for use in business and government organizations. It is based on the HP 3000 series of minicomputers. What Daw is MPE compatible? The vast majority of DAWs are compatible with MPE, including popular choices like Ableton Live, Bitwig Studio, Logic Pro, and Reaper. The only notable exceptions are Pro Tools and GarageBand, which do not support MPE.

What synths have MPE?

The ROLI Seaboard Rise and Seaboard Block are the two main synths that support MPE. The Seaboard Rise has 25 keys and the Seaboard Block has 49 keys. Both of these synths have a pressure-sensitive surface that allows you to play with different dynamics. MPE is a new MIDI standard that allows for more expressive and realistic playing. What is MPE degree? The MPE degree is a master's degree in computer science that focuses on the design, implementation, and evaluation of computer systems. The MPE degree is a research-oriented degree that prepare students for careers in academia or industry. Is omnisphere an MPE? Omnisphere is not an MPE-compatible synth.