Conversely Bill, |
I've been spending a lot of time getting to know my GI10 with the hexpander piezo system. Using the midi to create loops and getting it to trigger a curtain of ambient sounds behind my playing in a new piece I'm writing at the mo, called The Ice Palace, (just as summers in full flow here ;). Anyway, I'm finding the whole thing is taking me to new realms of possibility though my music hs taken a decided turn towards phantasmagoria of late. I'm also in love with EnergyXT's live mode which is spoiling me with sequencing possibilities - I'm in heaven..
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> To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
> Subject: Re: semi OT - Guitar Synths
> Date: Sun, 13 Jun 2010 22:23:57 -0700
> A friend of mine has the Sonuus G2M monophonic unit. According to him
> its not exactly plug in and play as it requires some dialing in of
> parameters and fine tuning of the response for whatever soft synth you
> wind up using. For me the fact that it's monophonic is a deal breaker,
> though at the price it would be cool for someone wanting to get in to
> sequence on a computer. I must say my Roland GR-30 is all but retired.
> I've taken the gk-2's off my guitars and I still have a flamenco
> guitar equipped with an RMC pick-up which is the way to go for
> acoustic pitch to midi. I always had the fantasy of playing solo nylon
> string guitar with this lush string orchestra behind me, but I never
> took the obvious step and invested in a really good sound engine like
> a Kurzweil rack, today's equivalent being a mac pro running a really
> good orchestral suite. Someday perhaps I'll go that route. I'm still
> waiting for Roland to come out with a pro guitar sythn with a sound
> engine and sequence capability that rivals their best keyboards. In
> the latest Guitar Player magazine John Mclaughlin makes a similar
> comment to that effect. until then, The world of signal processing is
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