#1
That I would be able to connect a guitar to a computer so that when I play notes, there are visuals responding accordingly?

thanks
#2
Not unless you have a guitar like this

But once you have a midi guitar any program like Reason, protools, Fl Studio would do.
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#3
Not that i know of
If you have a special MIDI guitar then cubase would be able to do it

edit: damn beaten to it
#4
Quote by alteredgod
Not unless you have a guitar like this

But once you have a midi guitar any program like Reason, protools, Fl Studio would do.


tht ıs one awesome guıtar
#6
A chromatic tuner maybe..

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#7
Quote by alteredgod
Not unless you have a guitar like this

But once you have a midi guitar any program like Reason, protools, Fl Studio would do.


Looks like a Star Trek guitar.
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#12
You could set winamp visuals to what u hear, then play... Probably not exactly what your looking for, but it's the closest I can think of
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#13
Quote by faultyy
You could set winamp visuals to what u hear, then play... Probably not exactly what your looking for, but it's the closest I can think of

that sounds wishful thinking buddy.