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Re: Sonuus G2M guitar to midi converter
Thanks again for this!
On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 1:34 PM, andy butler <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Mark Sottilaro wrote:
>>> 3) Pitch Bend is fixed at 2 semitones. If you try a 2 semitone bend it
>>> retriggers. Bends of one semitone are perfect. So no glissando for
>> Interesting... I remember I had to reprogram all my synth patches to
>> track +-24 (or was it 12?) on my G50 to get it to track correctly.
> + - 12
>>> A trill on a semitone doesn't retrigger the synth, but on a tone it
>> I'm not sure what that means...
> the semitone trill is accomplished with pitch bend info,
> so the synth envelope isn't triggered.
> whole tone trills trigger on every note of the trill
>>> 5)There's a thru output for the guitar signal, didn't test quality but
>>> if anyone asks.
>> I'd be curious. Would be nice if there was a total hard bypass.
> It couldn't be a total hard bypass, there's no bypass switch.
> I'll give it a whirl tommorow tho',
> to see how it sounds.
>>> 6) No warbling! At least, no warbling on sustained tones. I know
>>> which note
>>> on my guitar gives the problems to all other devices, and the G2M
>>> that note with
>>> a long sustain till it shuts off. Of course, if you have more than
>>> note ringing at once,
>>> by design or haphazardness, then it warbles away.
>> That's awesome. One of my biggest issues is the warbling that happens
>> as a note trails off.
> yes, they really nailed that one.
> Often there's notes on a guitar where the fundamental dies before
> the other harmonics, throws most pitch tracking algorithms into
> but the G2M can't be fooled by it.
>>> Range is exactly that of the guitar. Lowest note it will
>>> track is low drop D. Highest note is the 24th fret top E.
>>> Outside that range....nothing.
>> That's fine. Is there any synth that doesn't let you program it's
> but it would be an issue with bass players I think
> ...and NST guitarists
>>> Any questions....I have to pass it on to the owner soon.
>> Thanks a lot for this. The more I hear about this little device, the
>> more I think it'll be a fun addition to my rig.
> I'll compare it to the G50 mono socket tomorrow too, but I don't have
> a hex p/u on a guitar at the moment.