#2
Pretty cool. Seems kind of gimmicky but I could see it leading to bigger and better things.
#4
For those of us that can't watch the video, could someone shed some light on what this video is???
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#7
Not really sure why that would be useful but I guess its cool anyways. At least they are willing to try something new, who knows, it could become the next big thing. I don't see it though.
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#8
do any of you actually realise what the hell this is? you can load toneprints onto your toneprint compatible tc pedals without having to connect them to your computer. that's all it is.
#9
Seeing as I don't have an iPhone.. Or any TC pedals..

Certainly won't be marketed towards "average" users. It'll be for the guys who are huge on TC pedals AND just happen to own an iPhone. I don't know many people with an iPhone, nor do I know anyone with TC pedals..
#10
I'm really curious on the specifics of how it works (and doesn't work. Active pickups/other pedals before it in the chain/etc etc cause issues?)
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#11
Would be cool if they just had a "Tone Print" pedal that could simulate any kind of pedal by using the app to beam the sound into it. For example - You could use it as a distortion for one song, delay for the next, flanger, etc. or combinations of more than one. Basically a multi-fx pedal, that's much smaller and only retains the information of the last tone beamed into it.

That, and if there was an Android app.
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#12
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Would be cool if they just had a "Tone Print" pedal that could simulate any kind of pedal by using the app to beam the sound into it. For example - You could use it as a distortion for one song, delay for the next, flanger, etc. or combinations of more than one. Basically a multi-fx pedal, that's much smaller and only retains the information of the last tone beamed into it.

That, and if there was an Android app.

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He was talking about the OP, he is an adbot. Also reported, this adbot needs to be baby again methinks
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#18
You ever see that insurance commercial where some guy says'
"do people use smart phones to do really dumb things"

I'll chuck this idea with scrambled eggs you heat in toasters and computers built into icebox doors. It's a dumb idea. There's knobs on that box. Try turning them.
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#19
So it turns your iphone into an electromagnetic modem to beam the preset through your pickups into the pedal.
That's actually pretty cool.
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#20
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You ever see that insurance commercial where some guy says'
"do people use smart phones to do really dumb things"

I'll chuck this idea with scrambled eggs you heat in toasters and computers built into icebox doors. It's a dumb idea. There's knobs on that box. Try turning them.

Why would I want to do that if Petrucci and Gilbert have already done so?
#21
Quote by rat jazz
You ever see that insurance commercial where some guy says'
"do people use smart phones to do really dumb things"

I'll chuck this idea with scrambled eggs you heat in toasters and computers built into icebox doors. It's a dumb idea. There's knobs on that box. Try turning them.


The whole idea behind the Toneprint pedals is that you can get all sorts of different sounds, made for specific things. Not because people are too lazy to turn knobs now.

This is fantastic. Well, the idea is fantastic, if they offered an option to make your own presets on the phone and then to send them to your pedal it would be amazing. Mid-gig you whip out your phone and change your pedal sound completely in seconds, no tweaking, no mess ups because you turn a knob too far, just Bam and your pedal is ready.

I'm excited.

The next step for me, would be along the lines of what MC said. A Tone print MFX pedal. You line up a bunch of presets on your phone, and can then change them with the same process as these.
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#22
Gimmicky? Useless? You have to be kidding me. Being able to switch toneprints live without a computer seems like an incredibly good idea
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