Wednesday, 13 May 2009

Sonus G2M demo with Logic Moog Sounds Guitar Synth

Having spent Monday desperately trying to get a solo sound for Blue Filter one of the sounds off my new album yesterday we got this very cheap £79.99 guitar to midi convertor which means i can now trigger(monophonic) keyboard sounds off my acoustic guitar. Now we have a few more options.... Let me know what you think? The moog sounds are off logic. Take it easy Matt

10 comments:

the Nail said...

Wow, I see astounding potential - especially if you run the synth through the looper as well! It's like McLaughlin's photon interface for his nylon string. Very cool! Looking forward to hearing some trax. :)

RussBass said...

Cool sounds Matt! Lots of potential with that gadget.

Paul said...

Great stuff. Are you using it with the Macbook? If so, how is it connected?

Matt Stevens said...

Thanks for commenting Neil/Russ - Paul - yup running via a midi to USB cable straight to my macbook

Danie Nel said...

Nice one. Wouldn't mind one for when I start doing some recording.

Stephan Schwenk said...

Awesome mate -sounds great

James said...

That's a good piece of kit - and doesn't cost nearly as much as a hexaphonic pickup. Maybe if you set particular pitches to trigger MIDI events, you could use it to control loops and the Kaossilator with no visible effects pedals on stage? Just a crazy thought that I'm sure wouldn't work. Look forward to hearing what you come up with.

Matt Stevens said...

Thanks Stephan - thanks James - top ideas re MIDI sadly the Kaossilator is non Midi but i'm thinking about getting a microkorg for synth noodles

Anonymous said...

I'm a violinist and wonder if it would work with my electric violin.

Any thoughts?

Matt Stevens said...

Hiya - yeah that should work fine - although be aware the tracking is a touch dodgy!

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