Electric guitar with MIDI converter.

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Electric guitar with MIDI converter.

Postby Atarieterno » Wed Nov 14, 2018 2:14 am

Hi guys;
I present to you a new member of the instrumental family that manages my Atari: electric guitar with Shadow SH-075 MIDI converter and SH-22 Digital Synthesizer module .
I've never played with a MIDI guitar, I find it strange to sound like an organ, an accordion, drums... but it's very fun.
A short introduction with all the instruments played by the MIDIzed guitar (set Shadow SH075 and SH22, and other sound modules).
Recorded with Atari TT, Cubase Audio and Yamaha CBX-DX5.

https://soundcloud.com/user-838800341/intrvisiaif

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Re: Electric guitar with MIDI converter.

Postby charles » Fri Nov 23, 2018 11:46 am

hows it's response ...?
fun to play ?
isn't it cool how u can assign it to 6 different sounds ..one per string... have fun
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Re: Electric guitar with MIDI converter.

Postby Atarieterno » Fri Nov 23, 2018 12:43 pm

charles wrote:hows it's response ...?
fun to play ?
isn't it cool how u can assign it to 6 different sounds ..one per string... have fun


It has a good response, the better the more acute. The sixth string is the one that has to be taken care of, it does not allow very fast repetitive pulsations, but in general it works very well.
I was convinced by the comments of other users who said that it is the only old converter that has the same performance as a good modern device.
The MIDI strength of our Atari and its non-existent latency certainly provide added value to the MIDI guitar, providing better functionality than PCs.
It's really fun, and the stand-up synthesizer has very interesting FM sounds. I'm happy with this team.
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