09-15-2012 08:21 PM
09-16-2012 05:44 PM
how do you know what chord is next when all is randomized in your guitar generator?
09-17-2012 12:22 PM
09-17-2012 01:22 PM
Sorry I should've been more detailed in my answer. That's my fault. The whole point of integrating audio in with the generated exercise is more of a precautionary measure just in case you need to hear how it is played if you're stuck. I for one am thankful for being able to hear how something is played if I'm stuck on learning that. Not only are you able to hear exactly how it's supposed to be played, but it's more training for your ear. Basically you choose from a list of techniques you want to practice and it generates a measure or two (maybe longer) based off of your choices. You have little control over what is generated. I'm more than likely going to incorporate generated exercises on a single string(s) (which you have control over which strings) but right now I'm focusing on programming a functional working concept. For now the program will generate all of the techniques (articulation) applicable to the guitar. I plan on integrating more but right now I feel it is wiser to focus on one important thing at a time.
so once a training track is generated, then the song form with its chord symbols are visuals, then you hit the start button and you rehears whatever guitar articulation? does the program generate a list of guitar articulations and plays those articulations, or is the guitarist playing to the generated track? what does the program generate, chords, rhythm guitar, soloes, or what kind of guitaristic articulations?
09-17-2012 01:46 PM
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