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  • Phil's review of Mogees Pro MIDI Sensor + Music Software Suite...

    Phil-

    Great write-up on the more "musician" focused side of Mogees Pro. Seems like there are a lot of creative opportunities to use it for lighting control, or even to change presets in a MIDI-driven multieffect. Did you see anything about it that would make you worried about incorporating it into a live show?

    http://www.harmonycentral.com/expert...bration-sensor
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    Originally posted by Chris Loeffler View Post
    Phil-

    Great write-up on the more "musician" focused side of Mogees Pro. Seems like there are a lot of creative opportunities to use it for lighting control, or even to change presets in a MIDI-driven multieffect. Did you see anything about it that would make you worried about incorporating it into a live show?

    http://www.harmonycentral.com/expert...bration-sensor

    Thanks Chris!

    No, I didn't notice anything about Mogees that would be a cause for concern with using them live for lighting control or sending other MIDI messages, such as for effects or keyboard program changes. In fact, I suspect that people will come up with all sorts of interesting applications for them. The main thing to be aware of is making sure that your Gestures are distinct and discrete so that they're easily identified by the software - and as I think I mentioned in the review, the software's ability to differentiate between different gestures is pretty darned amazing!
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