[chuck-users] Synth for use with guitar hex pickup

ryguasu at gmail.com ryguasu at gmail.com
Sat Mar 23 02:52:23 EDT 2013

That sounds like a good idea, though I haven't bought any sort of MIDI guitar yet. Can you describe the difference in sound you get with monophonic vs polyphonic? Does it make the sound more accurately reflect what you were actually playing on the guitar?

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[chuck-users] Synth for use with guitar hex pickup
From: Stefan Blixt <stefan.blixt at gmail.com>
To: ChucK Users Mailing List <chuck-users at lists.cs.princeton.edu>
Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 1:23PM

This is pretty basic stuff, but it still worked well enough that I think it may be worth posting, for any ChucK addict with a hex pickup and hex/MIDI converter (yeah, maybe not that many) hasn't tried this yet.
Also to anyone is making polyponic synths: include an omni mode that supports this kind of setup!
So basically this is a simple polyphonic synth using a single BlitSaw for sound. It listen on six channels, treating each channel as its own mono synth, which suits the output from my Roland VG99 perfectly.

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