Jammy Digital Guitar
Posted: Tue Nov 19, 2019 10:56 am
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very nice :thumbup: What kind of interface do you use ?John Egan wrote:Godin ACS
Yep, that's pretty much it for Jam Origin. I've been very happy with it to date.Dave B wrote:It looks great - I'm sorely tempted and might splurge in the new year. Let's hope that this company does stick.
Regardlng Jam Origin - I chatted to Paul White at SynthFest and he loves that and can't sing it's praises highly enough. You just get a clean, DI'd signal into the system and it spits out the midi. Coolio
Wonks wrote:You really need the program to allow editing of the MIDI parameters and guitar settings
N i g e l wrote::lol: Good video with plenty of angles. Lets refer to that as the Rasins of Rock. I could never admit to liking Dire Straits.
but can they play dubstep ???? ...Boyinaband teaches dubstep guitar (accoustic)
Serious face, back on topic....
How much latency can a real guitarist tolerate ?
if the speed of sound is 343 m/s, it takes 3ms per meter to hear the sound out of your amp.
My casio works by measuring the time period / cycle of each string.
For the low E @ 83 Hz thats 12ms to do the measurement.
+ maybe another 4ms to transmit a 6 note chord over MIDI = 16ms (#1)
equivilent to standing 5 or 6 m away from the amp .
Is that acceptable these days ?
(#1) all guess work, if your interested I could actually measure it on a scope.very nice :thumbup: What kind of interface do you use ?John Egan wrote:Godin ACS