Boss GP-10 F.A.Q.
Started by Charles5150, December 15, 2012, 05:18:42 AM
0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic.
Quote from: CodeSmart on September 12, 2021, 03:31:35 PMWhy do I still want them to put this great code in a self-contained PEDAL? Just wondering...
Quote from: philjynx on November 20, 2021, 02:49:49 PMSounds good, but we see a lot of (I don't know, do you call it vibrato?) 'wobbly bending' of single strings where he is sustaining the last note of a lot of phrases, but I'm not hearing any pitch change - any apparent response at all in fact (a bit like when you're playing, say piano - set to chromatic on a GR55 and you don't pass the semitone threshold so there's no change in pitch - thankfully). Am I old and deaf, or is JO not responding to that aspect of his playing?
Quote from: gumtown on November 20, 2021, 04:04:25 PMI almost find that video a little dubious, with the sustained note string bends which should have either triggered note bend, or glitched up a half step.The lack of setup information on the Youtube page, and with the comments switched off, so no one can ask about the setup.I could be wrong, just my opinion, I have never have MIDi2 track like that for me.To me it sounds more like the guitar is playing through a Boss SY or equivalent synth.
Quote from: LoFiLeif on November 23, 2021, 01:43:46 AMMy two cents on the discussion that has been around for a while, having taken place at a few different guitar and MIDI guitar forums. It is something that I've seen the subject of using hex pickups to send on six separate audio channels (one per string) monophonically tracked by six instances of MIDI Guitar 2, only to be merged into a single MIDI stream fed to an instrument in a DAW in the end. It has always felt like too much of a workaround for me, but I must admit I may have been wrong.
QuoteWith the Boss GP10 or SY1000 you can have the separate 6 string signal via USB in the computer.JamOJun 8This would be simple enough for us to build. I wasn't aware of any decent hex-pickup-to-USB hardware, but...JamOJun 8Ok, I see. This should be easy enough. We'll add a "6-string-mono-tracking-mode", sometime after the upcoming releases, if nothing else then for benchmarking the polytrackers
Quote from: jassy on November 23, 2021, 12:20:22 PMJamOrigin is planning to add the capability of process 6 input signals from GP10/SY1000/others inside one single instance of the next Midiguitar3That would be amazing and would simplify enormously the setup of this type of processing and alleviate the cpu penalty.Source: https://jamosapien.com/t/hexaphonic-version/2993/6
Quote from: gumtown on April 07, 2022, 02:48:23 PMI got a little bit excited to try Midi Bass 2, and installed the trial, but was deflated to find it still at version 1 and monophonic only.
Quote from: billbax on November 23, 2021, 01:57:39 PMUmm, my £80.00GBP GK mini breakout cable is getting all excited And you don't need a breakout box!Thanks, Billhttps://separate-strings.co.uk/breakout%20cables%20and%20more.html
Quote from: Aengelantir on February 11, 2023, 12:59:25 AMBut then I would need to buy a 8 channnel audio interface?
QuoteBut then I would need to buy a 8 channnel audio interface?
QuoteOnly the Boss GP-10 and Boss SY-1000 provide built in 8 in / 8 out USB Audio for processing strings on separate USB Audio I/O channels.