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Discussion in 'Effects [BG]' started by Bjazzman, Jul 30, 2007.
Well I got the Roland GK3B pickup now i need to find the right converter.
I'm curious to see how well the new Roland VG-99 works for Bass.
It will do modeling and pitch to midi.
Have to wait at least another month.
Axon 100/100sb is the best I've tried to date, but they're still a compromise.
Low note tracking has latency, I ended up playing an octave up and doing midi transposing down an octave to get the low notes.
Roland VG99 will be interesting indeed.
yeah im not a fan of latency. have you tried the v-bass?
ok so i know this is wrong but here's what happend-
I told a coworker that im seriously interested in getting the Pickup but I didn't know that they ordered it.
It came today and a different coworker asked me if i orderd it and i said yes( a lie)
Nobody has asked me for a payment and im not sure if i should tell them that i have it
Im also not sure if i want it yet. Since i've heard mixed reviews about bass synths
What i would probably want it to do is eventually use my bass to drive external sound modules synths. Not sure how the tracking is yet with these
It's under my bench right now and i feel like it's the tell tale heart.
What should i do?
An Axon with piezo's is about the most acceptable still. The low B and E are fairly usable. The big key is what kind of sounds are you going to be triggering. If you're looking for fast attack sounds like Piano/Vibes speed then you won't be happy, if you're adding pads and things you should have no problem.
Well, seems to me that at least two people already KNOW you have it, the balance sheets will reveal it hasn't been paid for, and you're risking your employment for something worth, what, a days wages?
The V-Bass isn't a bass-to-MIDI converter.
I use the Roland GR-20 for MIDI stuff. It's cheap and very easy to use, and sounds pretty good IMO. Some sound clips here.