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aGuitar MIDI input [message #2100] Thu, 19 June 2008 07:20 Go to next message
dbarrade is currently offline  dbarrade
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Registered: June 2008
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Hi Gabriel, I\'ve been listening to the David Lucas Burge Perfect Pitch Course, and your aGuitar Pro Ear training excercises complement it perfectly.

I also have a Roland GR-33 MIDI guitar setup and was hoping that it would be simple for you to get the answer directly from the MIDI guitar rather than via the mouse.

Another excecise that is helpful is listening to a double stop, or two notes on different strings played concurrently and then trying to name both of them. There are many programs that do this already, but they are geared towards keyboard players, so play things you wouldn\'t comfortably play on the guitar.

Also I\'m not sure if it\'s possible to turn off the location indicator in the Ear Training section, as to begin with I\'m using just the open strings and it gives it away, so I basically hide the window below the bottom of the screen with just the title bar showing... this is tedious.

Last, it would be good to use the MIDI input to play in a scale, so aGuitar Pro can learn it as the set of notes that I wish to use for ear training, using the MIDI guitar it would know which string, as each string is on a different channel and therefore which fret is being played.

Thanks for a great program, I am looking to purchase very very soon.

Kind Regards,
Dean
[message #2102] Fri, 20 June 2008 12:41 Go to previous message
Gabriel is currently offline  Gabriel
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Registered: November 2011
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I never thought of adding MIDI guitar support. It\'s really interesting, but, whether I add support for it or not depends on the time I will need to do this versus the people who will be able to use this feature (only a few).

Regarding the other question, you can\'t disable the region box. But I will add this as an option in the next version.
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