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Old 09-18-2009, 11:55 AM
djimtio djimtio is offline
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Default Re: Virtual Keyboard Integration

Hi Tango
Nice to meet you here on the Forum.
First a secondary explanation.I am just begining to take up guitar playing again .Like Sherry I am a bass guitar player and use Notation and GP to mess up bass lines from midi songs in the latter by "playing" on the virtual fretboard (bass),save to midi and than back to Composer to do even worst things with otherwise nice songs .
With guitar tracks in Composer,I can see the notation and TABS to learn guitar notation as wellin GP.
So I was not looking for a midi guitar,no sense to me (yet) besides expensive.
Its more like this:
If and when I could play on my midi keyboard,I could play a track in Composer,connect to GP , convert it to a guitar track with tabs and a virtual fretboard to see ,for nailing down the song until Im getting familiar with guitar notation as well..So ,using Composer ( indeed the best interface around ),in some way this work around might be looked upon as a midi application to guitar,provided one can play piano,which most musicians do.
Do you play acoustic and/or electric guitar and what genre ?Are you a guitar guru ?
Are you making music ?If so,I must have missed something on the share thread or Soundclick perhaps.
Sorry for the lenghty "quick" reply (and questions too ).
Regards

Djim
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