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Merry Christmas and MIDI guitar #2964387
12/22/18 12:32 PM
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This is quite nicely done


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Re: Merry Christmas and MIDI guitar [Re: henryque] #2964395
12/22/18 01:17 PM
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Merry Christmas! Those that have not seen what Midi can do, can take a look at a cool Fishman demo...





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Re: Merry Christmas and MIDI guitar [Re: Larryz] #2964414
12/22/18 02:51 PM
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Henryque, shouldn't this thread be MIDI Cristmas ? grin
Cool track !
Hadn't heard that cat before...Thanks !


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Re: Merry Christmas and MIDI guitar [Re: henryque] #2964460
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Originally Posted By: henryque
This is quite nicely done



My profound respect!

I've been using and listening to Guitar-to-MIDI systems since around 1990, and this is perhaps the most expressive performance I have seen to date. I must admit, I prefer the more Woodwind-like sounds early in the track, to the more conventional, but well-executed, Moog-like sounds later in the piece.


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Re: Merry Christmas and MIDI guitar [Re: Winston Psmith] #2964508
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Originally Posted By: Winston Psmith

My profound respect!

I've been using and listening to Guitar-to-MIDI systems since around 1990, and this is perhaps the most expressive performance I have seen to date. I must admit, I prefer the more Woodwind-like sounds early in the track, to the more conventional, but well-executed, Moog-like sounds later in the piece.


Here is another impressive one


Re: Merry Christmas and MIDI guitar [Re: henryque] #2964596
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I think it's worth noting that in both perfs the expressiveness, while inherent in the gtr work, is amplified (punnily enough facepalm ) by the use of the breath controller which allows an extra bit of real-time dynamic control.
Or is that already too obvious ?


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Re: Merry Christmas and MIDI guitar [Re: d / halfnote] #2964606
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Originally Posted By: d
I think it's worth noting that in both perfs the expressiveness, while inherent in the gtr work, is amplified (punnily enough facepalm ) by the use of the breath controller which allows an extra bit of real-time dynamic control.
Or is that already too obvious ?


I kind of think that was the point, but that may be because I'm viewing them as a MIDI Guitarist?


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