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Re: midi pitchbend

no, you should be able to pitch bend perfectly on a midi guitar. you can do it on the roland guitar synths, but they have a global setting to control the "width" of the pitch bend and also to turn it off, so the midi notes sent out step from one pitch to the next (useful if you're using piano sounds etc)

On 22 Nov 2014, at 16:59, RP Collier wrote:

On Nov 22, 2014, at 8:38 AM, Michael Peters wrote:

only get regular temperate tuning midi notes - a C, a C#, whatever, but nothing in between.

Is there a way to somehow tell VST instruments, or synths, exactly what I played, and make it play the exact pitch that I played? after all, there is a pitchbend command.

Isn't that applied separately as a mod wheel command?
If you had some x/y pad function you could add on the bend or glissando or perhaps there is a pedal that can function as a mod wheel.