[music-dsp] Roland GR-33 on violin?
bart.osek at seznam.cz
Thu Jul 15 03:37:38 EDT 2010
Yeah, I know about this product, but I'm curious if GR-33 tracking algorithm could be fooled somehow to work with violin..
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> Předmět: Re: [music-dsp] Roland GR-33 on violin?
> Datum: 15.7.2010 03:46:30
> FYI Keith McMillan's string-port which I mentioned earlier in the guitar thread,
> also can be used for electric violin, cello, etc. I saw a demo of it on a violin
> along with a k-bow, it was pretty cool.
> I guess they are still working on the software a bit, it's in beta.
> On Jul 14, 2010, at 2:06 AM, Honza Bartošek wrote:
> > Hi,
> > according to recent discussion about AXON pitch tracking methods I see there
> are lot of people knowing a lot about used technologies in guitar synthesizers.
> I am curious about possibility of using quite old Roland GR-33 with violin (at
> the moment wooden one, but could be electric in future) instead of guitar. I
> know that bowed notes have really different content of harmonics in signal than
> picked strings:( I am planning to put small piezzos under each violin string on
> the bridge and then maybe do some frequency filtering according to range of
> fundamentals on each string to eliminate these harmonics. Could this work?
> Thanks for replies.
> > Honza Bartosek
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