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Any free guitar to midi vst?

Discussion in 'Backline' started by JonWormwood, Nov 21, 2010.

  1. JonWormwood

    JonWormwood Member

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    Monophonic is fine. All of the ones I've tried are outdated. WIDI vst is great but the trial sucks and it's 60 bucks. Melodyne has an awesome midi output but it's not real time by any means
     
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    ahjteam Anssi Tenhunen

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    they rarely are real time anyway.


    edit: but have you tried variaudio that comes with cubase?
     
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    Jind Grrrr!!! (I'm a bear)

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    A little off topic, and I apologize in advance, but I've been wanting to try out one of the new Sonuus G2M guitar to MIDI interfaces - they retail for only $99 and sound like a nice little way to use your guitar in a very creative way to either capture/transcribe or to trigger soft-synths in a different manner.

    Good review at Premier Guitar.

    OK - sorry, just thought perhaps it might be worth mentioning as an alternative - but it's not free I'm afraid, but when compared to the price of many MIDI guitar interfaces, it's a pretty good deal.
     
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    Tried one yesterday, it sucked. Played a gk3/gr20 combo and it ruled.
     
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    Please explain more, I am interested in this guitar midi stuff. What did you not like about the G2M? Did give lots of fals notes?
     
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    Well I'm looking for something I can actually play not just make sounds and doodle. The g2m was very cool just not for what I want
     
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    Jind Grrrr!!! (I'm a bear)

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    I agree completely about the GK3/GR20 combo - but there is a significant difference in price for admission ($99 vs. $729) - Roland is the best at MIDI guitar. The thing about the G2M is that it requires some work to get it working reliably and it is definitely not really suited to live performance from what I've read. I'd look into it for recording use only and I've read about some methods for getting better reliability on pitch and tracking (definitely not for shredding however :) ).
     
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    Or a ghost + hexaphonic = tracks gunthrie goven. Fuck.
     
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    arimsukof New Metal Member

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    Hi,
    Pitch a Bitch VST is realtime guitar to MIDI converter from Bitscrew Team. It can also convert Bass guitar, voice and others. Has a lot of nice veatures, such as scale or midi-compression. But it is monophonic. Link is www.bitscrew.com
    I use it in live-sets or to record midi-tracks, because I hate mouse-drawing.
    I also tried Sonuus G2M - working also well but with big latency, so I've sold it.
     
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    FIXXXER ¯\(°_o)/¯

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    it's so great it crashes cubase instantly! :lol:
     
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    arimsukof New Metal Member

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    Hm... my is working on 2 PCs... but I'm still using 32-bit platform.
     
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    Bought a you rock guitar for 100 bucks used

    Fishman tripleplay is about to drop soon. can't wait.
     

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