Query.Bk7m Usable?

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Query.Bk7m Usable?

Postby Billy » Mon Jul 02, 2012 4:14 pm

Hi,I'm no genius with Midi but it has helped me a lot in my Gigging career as a Guitar vocalist.
I just need to know if the G2M will completely replace My Gk2 pickup and Gi-10 interface to drive the Roland Bk7m Module.I'll be amazed if it does , :) as it means I can reduce weight of gear for Gigs.
Thanks a million for ANY help you can give.
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Re: Query.Bk7m Usable?

Postby james » Mon Jul 02, 2012 4:19 pm

The G2M won't completely replace the GK2 + GI-10 if you use polyphony. For single notes (solos etc) the G2M will replace and indeed can give better results than the GK2 + GI-10, particularly for tracking speed and pitch-bend tracking. But, if you want to play chords, double-stops, etc, the G2M won't do that because it is monophonic.
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Re: Query.Bk7m Usable?

Postby Billy » Mon Jul 02, 2012 4:36 pm

james wrote:The G2M won't completely replace the GK2 + GI-10 if you use polyphony. For single notes (solos etc) the G2M will replace and indeed can give better results than the GK2 + GI-10, particularly for tracking speed and pitch-bend tracking. But, if you want to play chords, double-stops, etc, the G2M won't do that because it is monophonic.


Thanks James. ;) I suspected that that might be the case,but-'nothing ventured' eh?
I can get the 'solo' sounds even whilst the styles are playing,(tho' it is pretty limited), so I'll just bear with it for now.
Once again thanks for your quick response.
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