surfer wrote:One of the things I love about the iPad is the tremendous variety of midi GUIs available. Along with traditional keyboards one can tap, slide pinch with one two or all fingers on circles, squares, hexagons, guitar necks, blank surfaces and user defined interfaces. Control multiple instruments use the accelerometers to generate mod wheel CCs. Change the scales, tune in third's fourths or fifths. (Many inventive ways to represent the circle of fifths and interval relationships come out on what seemsto be a daily basis). Remember, the D in MIDI stands for digital and it's time to rethink the way we interact with music. And with Cubasis and Audiobus you can capture the midi and audio and edit away. Or use the 'pad as a controller to hardware midi devices and capture it in Cubase on a desk or lap top.
Mr M wrote:I wish I could come to embrace the Ipad as you have. I do use the Omnisphere app , The Maschine app and the Cubase remote control. Other than that ,for me mentally, it remains a closed device. Because there's no real midi in or out or real usb, I see my self creating something only to have it reside forever in the Ipad. I've tried the drag and drop to Itunes and nothing ever works. Really wish they'd have just put a usb port on it. I understand a lot of this is laziness on my part for not looking for a "hack" but I guess I deeply resent having to find a work around for a $600 device to just do what it should.
Surfer I'm just ranting, not at you of course
Steve Fogal wrote:@ Bri, Steve Clark died about 20 years ago, at the age of 30 or so ... never making it to the age where everything hurts
knuckle47 wrote:...the only 3 day show I ever went to was Watkins Glen for the Allman Brothers, the Band and the Grateful Dead. Yup, another story but hey. 450,000 people...so they said. Hot as hell and we were at the base of the stage. I went through the very deep crowd to get my friend and I a jug of water...on the way back every other person on the ground asked " hey man, can I have a hit?" Ok....by the time I got back to my friend, the gallon was near empty.
Steve Fogal wrote:Hi there drac I know from reading here mainly, that the Fishman as a midi guitar 'pick-up' is used along with the Roland units, instead of using the Roland GK pick ups. I'll have to look up the 'system' you're refering to.
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