Until recently, guitar players had reason to feel left out of the great electronic revolution in music today. After a few false starts and several years of development, however, the new technology has become an accessible and relatively inexpensive tool for the vast expansion of every guitar player's musical creativity. The development of both improved guitar synthesizers and of guitars as 'triggering' devices for MIDI setups, means players can now use their axe to play other instruments with an entire new vocabulary or preset or programmed sounds, rhythms, and special effects. Guitar Synth and MIDI is the first book to explain the new guitar revolution in both theory and practice. Included are basic information and technique on the history and development of guitar synthesizers, basic synthesis, MIDI sampling, triggering, and how particular artists like Andy Summers, Frank Zappa, Al DiMeola, Robert Fripp, Lee Ritenour and others are currently using synthesis and MIDI in their own guitar playing. From choosing equipment to using it, recording or on-stage performance, here is essential information and inspiration for every modern guitarist.Therea#39;s no way that you could manually adjust the Tempo settings on both machines to have exactly the same rate. lnstead ... Note that there are literally dozens of sequencers on the market, including those by Korg, Roland, and others; a good basic unit can cost about $500.00 and up. ... Next, put the sequencer into aquot;Realtime Recordaquot; mode, hit the Start button, and listen to eight beats of metronome ticksanbsp;...
|Title||:||Guitar synth and MIDI|
|Publisher||:||Backbeat Books - 1988-11-01|