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    Guitar to midi


    What a cool and pretty cheap device:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bWaNlcXuGmI

    Though I think it is monophonic, which means that you can`t play chords.
    Anyway. Handy, no pick ups etc. Just plug in a synth module and rock.

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    Wish somebody who tried this (Sonuus G2M ), to give a review.
    Wanna get one.

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    Haven't watched the video yet, but you could probably set up upstrum and downstrum effects (using delays and note-triggers) in one of the samplers of your choice? I understand it doesn't sound authentic, but now you've got me thinking. Which software do you normally use?

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    Right.
    Use your guitar as a midi controller.
    I use Cubase.

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    My bad, should've probably watched the video first, I was thinking of something totally different (where a real guitar was not involved at all). I'm still going to try to synthesize guitar chord effects that you can play using your a standard midi controller.
    Completely off topic, but I ran across this on the tube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ojHdfhl_iw

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    smile
    btw
    Melodyne is cool.

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