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Re: OT: Guitarist plugin beta testers wanted

Definitely interested in testing these!† I've been working on some MIDI-guitar focused things myself.† I find many softwares frustrating in their assumption of keyboard-based devices (e.g., not working well with multiple channels)† I run a Godin LGX-SA and Ax100mkII, very eager to see what you've got going!


On Sun, Jan 10, 2010 at 7:20 PM, Tony K <bigtonyk@gmail.com> wrote:

Iím in!† Iíve got an iGuitar through a GR50.† I love vst toys. J


From: George Ludwig [mailto:georgeludwigmusic@gmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, January 10, 2010 2:08 PM

Subject: Re: OT: Guitarist plugin beta testers wanted


I'd love to check it out! Amongst my weaponry is a Godin Multiac Jazz through†a GR-20.


On Sun, Jan 10, 2010 at 6:16 AM, Chris Sewell <lunamusic@mac.com> wrote:

Hook me up! I play a Godin Spectrum via a Duet, AX50, Ableton.†

On Jan 10, 2010, at 7:48 AM, Gareth Whittock wrote:

Hey guys,†
As part of my masters degree I've just created some novel guitar VST plugins and need some independent testers to try them and let me know what they think. They're a sort of cross between an effect and a guitar synth. You will need a MIDI interface for your guitar and a soundcard. Any old software that accepts VST's will do to run them.†
I currently have a 36dB octave filter module and an an intelligent ring modulator. The novelty is in the way these devices respond to what you're playing. They tune themselves to your performance offering the feel of your guitar with an expanded sound palette - That's the theory anyway.
I'd really appreciate input from anyone who's interested.


ps There will be free copies for testers if ever I decide to release them...

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