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Offline Elantric

Yamaha - Visual Performer
« on: August 08, 2016, 10:43:22 AM »

Visual Performer is a new type of application that allows you to graphically visualize your musical performance by connecting keyboards, drums or other musical instruments to their device. The selected graphic animation plays and changes in time with the pitch and intensity of the performance. You can enliven their stage performances by expressing themselves, musically and visually.

Graphically visualize musical performances.

The selected graphic animation plays and changes in time with the pitch and volume of your performance. Three visualization patterns are included with the application, and an additional seven visualization patterns are available, separately. Visual Performer gives your performance presence and offers you the potential to express your performance, not only musically but also visually.

Screen on playing

10 types of graphic animations + Camera
Select the graphic animation or Camera

Mix and match different patterns
Express your performance visually via a MIDI instrument.

Enjoy Visual Performer by connecting to your MIDI instrument, such as a keyboard or electric drums, using the Yamaha i-MX1 or i-UX1 MIDI interface (sold separately). Be both VJ and performer, and create visuals using the variety of rhythms and phrases on your synthesizer. Make use of your instrument’s characteristics and enjoy a multitude of visual expression, e.g. graphically expressing the wave pattern dynamics of the fast, complex beat from your electric drums.

iPhone/iPad Connection Manual

Be creative for diverse performances.

Visual Performer supports AirPlay and allows you to display your visual performances other screens connected via Apple TV – ideal for stage performances. The animation created while you were performing can be saved together with the audio recorded using the iPad, iPod touch, or iPhone’s internal microphone, so you can share your performance via e-mail or on video-sharing web sites. The potential for diversity in your performances depends on your creativity.

Offline carlb

Re: Yamaha - Visual Performer
« Reply #1 on: August 08, 2016, 10:46:33 AM »
Looks like it'd be cool for a trippy-prog musical experience gig. :)

The VG-99 had "V-Link," how would this Yamaha thing compare to that? Would it be likely the two could/would be used together?
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