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Re: Voice to MIDI thru voc proc and guitar synth?


What you want is really pretty old tech these days.

An old Roland CP-40 (circa early '90s) would do.

Unless you are interested in going the MAX/MSP software route (which will 
get you all sorts of other neat goodies too, as I am sure Krispen will 
tell you), vocal pitch-to-MIDI devices have been around for 15-20 years or 

I owned a CP-40 many years ago -- and successfully used it live too.

Trouble is that there isn't enough demand in the marketplace to keep these 
products in production.

The CP-40 worked pretty well and was dead simple to use (it even 
incorporated a digital tuner).

I sold mine to a Bay Area vocal artist friend who uses it in her music now.

They're pretty rare as it is.

None are on eBay at the moment.

I suppose there are some other software-based systems out there (besides 
just MAX).

But I don't know what they are.

Good luck look though.

I'm sure you will find something.