Holy shit, this actually works.
Backstory - I'm working on this sort of folk-rock/roots-rock project with my dad and uncle, which in many ways has been a LOT of fun for me, because these two are so much of the reason I grew up to be a music lover and a musician. My dad always had great music on...
Hi guys!, I just released the first ALPHA version of the KPA MIDI CONTROL.
This version is for Microsoft Windows, I'm working also a VST version, so the mac users can load it in a vst host.
Free stuff - Free stuff
This is the Alpha free release, it has the stomp section unfinished. The new...
I'm not sure if it's been posted before, but it looks like it'd be very handy for editing down your TM backups to something more reasonable. I don't know about you guys, but I don't need it backing up every hour; that's a bit excessive.
Naturally, I think this is a pretty cool idea.
AxePad - iPad controller for Axe-FX is launched!
Maybe a little pricey at $11.99, but I imagine it could really come into handy if you're away from your computer and don't feel like carrying a laptop.
What are you lads using?
What I'm looking to do is be able to double click a guitar track (the way I do with drumlines, that brings up the MIDI editor) and do things like cut out noise, make nice clean full stops, etc.
Right now if I double click the track, it basically tells me to fuck off. :lol:
Is pretty damn slick. I don't know why I never thought about using it before. :lol:
Not quite as easy/intuitive as Axe-Edit, but it is nice not to have to reset my MIDI connection every 29 seconds like I did with AE.
I have a big pile of MIDI junk imported from an old sequencer that I'm trying to clean up.
How the hell do I click/drag or select more than one note at a time, so that I can (for example) delete everything on a single key? (eg: all of the hihats).
Alternately, is there a better external...