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Started by Headless68, April 15, 2015, 02:23:09 AM
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QuoteThe pitch tracking circuitry in the GR-1 is the same as those used in the GR-09, GR-50, GM-70, and GI-10 and note response will be at the same speed as in those units.
QuoteTracking Speed ComparisonThe GI-10 has identical tracking to the GR-1/GR-09/GR-50/GM-70. However, 2 extra parameters were added to the GI-10 that allow for some improved MIDI response:1. Thin Pitch Bend data - When playing pitch bends on the guitar, several thousand messages are sent out the MIDI out. These messages can slow down the MIDI stream and cause problems. This function thins pitch bend data and therefore speeds up the transfer.2. Attack Noise Filter - When playing a guitar near the bridge, a high pitched noise is produced. This noise can be misinterpreted by a guitar synth to be high pitched notes. This noise filter takes away this noise before the pitch detection circuit to allow for more accurate tone detection.
QuoteIf I can discover what the GR1 needs from the FTP and what the FTP cannot output, it looks like it could be what is needed in a real-time PC-less rig.