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Guitar to Polyphonic MIDI software: It lies within!!!!!!!!!

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  • Guitar to Polyphonic MIDI software: It lies within!!!!!!!!!

    I found this software and tried it out - you can download a trial version, and its pretty sweet. Its in beta and could use some work but its pretty darn sweet. I also need to tweak the settings more to get better performance but I think these folks are onto something. I just sold my Roland GR-20/GK-3 setup, and I think this software is just as good. Check it out....


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    That looks really interesting - I may have to give that a try. Thanks for the tip - now go post it over on the Studio Trenches too please.


    I supposedly have a Fishman TriplePlay incoming for review. That should be interesting too.




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