#2
That's ****ing awesome.

Although it sort of takes away from playing a song right the first time through.
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She said "The numbers don't represent the moments"
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#4
This actually was posted before. It looks like an awesome plugin...and it's not too expensive either.
#5
yeah. but you could just strum a horribly out of tune guitar with no discernible rhythm and make it sound great.
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#9
I am a little skeptical.... the demo version is always better than the actual program. I wonder how many (real) people have tried this and liked it... or at least found it necessary.
#10
But then again, their other products are astonishing, so this one might well be the real deal too....

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#11
It does look amazing, I can't believe it would work as good as they show it...

And I enjoyed the 'meedi' too lol.
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#12
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sweet jesus.
seems like cheating though :/

No one complains about turning Piano into midi and having amatures like me be able to play complex material without actually needing to learn to play the piano. I think this will be a great tool for people who don't know how to play the guitar but know how to compose music. You can strum your open strings in a good pattern and then make chords out of it afterwards. There's loads of other possibilities with this program, but that's one that I think will be great for producers who can't play guitar and can't afford to hire a studio guitarist.
#13
*jaw drops*

It's everything I've always dreamed of.....

And I recognies the classical guitar piece when they started chaniging the key.

I guess it is cheating form a technical point of view, but from a composers point of view it's just a way of doing things you couldn't before, and making everything easy. Unfortuantely it's way to pricy for me.... otherwise it would be great to have.

Just a couple of things I noticed though:

They never changed the pitch drastically. I'm guessing you alter it too much and you lose sound quality.

It was all done with acoustic guitar.... I dunno how it would cope with distortion.