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Str4t0c4st3r 11-12-2011 12:58 PM

Map of the Problematique guitar sound
 
Hey there,

at first, im new in this Forum, and i'm from Austria (not Australia, lol) so, im sorry for my bad english.
I've been a MUSE fan for more than 2 years right now, and in can't stop listening :) and i'm a guitarist and i love playing and covering muse.

Well.. my question is : how can i make the map of the proplematique guitar sound?
yes, i know that there are many threads with this question. im serious, i've read a lot of posts with the same question, but i'm not able to find out what i am doing wrong.

equipment : BOSS ME-70, digitech whammy
i already know that i need a programm which one i can control the whammy via MIDI. and theres my problem, i think. i tried a lot of programs, but most of the time the whammy didnt respone to that or i didnt know how to use the program, lol
lets say, a FREE! software. I also read that a lot of people are using cubase but.. a bit expensive, huh?
it would give me a great pleasure if there are any guitarist who can help me or doing a step-by-step instruction what i need and what i have to do (..for dummies.)

i hope my english is not that bad and i wish you a nice day :)
thanks

james90 11-12-2011 05:52 PM

what program(s) are you using now, and how do you have the whammy hooked up to your computer?

Str4t0c4st3r 11-12-2011 06:15 PM

I didn't find many free software yet, but i tried it with a Guitar Rig demo (but i dont had enough time :D) Reaper (but i dont know how to use it) and a few others..
The whammy is connected with a USB-MIDI cable

james90 11-12-2011 06:30 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Str4t0c4st3r (Post 9415213)
I didn't find many free software yet, but i tried it with a Guitar Rig demo (but i dont had enough time :D) Reaper (but i dont know how to use it) and a few others..
The whammy is connected with a USB-MIDI cable

Well all you need is a MIDI sequencer. Are you using a PC or a mac?

Str4t0c4st3r 11-12-2011 06:32 PM

Windows 7 64Bit

L.Valencia 11-12-2011 07:07 PM

The closest sounding/least expensive way to get the MOTP sound is to go to this guy:

http://www.youtube.com/user/aorfix ask for the midi file, I don't know if I'm supposed to say this but when I asked for the midi file he also sent me a Cubase file which I ended up not using but if you ask him for it he might send it to you.

Once you get the midi file and Cubase, you hook up your midi cable to your whammy and then to your computer, open up Cubase and load the midi file, make sure your midi cable is being recognized, once it is you just press the play button and off you go. Also make sure your whammy is on and the treadle is pushed down to the toe position.

Dominic. 11-12-2011 07:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by L.Valencia (Post 9415331)
The closest sounding/least expensive way to get the MOTP sound is to go to this guy:

http://www.youtube.com/user/aorfix ask for the midi file, I don't know if I'm supposed to say this but when I asked for the midi file he also sent me a Cubase file which I ended up not using but if you ask him for it he might send it to you.

Once you get the midi file and Cubase, you hook up your midi cable to your whammy and then to your computer, open up Cubase and load the midi file, make sure your midi cable is being recognized, once it is you just press the play button and off you go. Also make sure your whammy is on and the treadle is pushed down to the toe position.

I can recommend Aorfix

bucket_ 11-12-2011 07:25 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Dominic. (Post 9415344)
I can recommend Aorfix

Me too, it's great. I got nowhere near it.

Matthijs 12-12-2011 09:35 AM

Merge?

Str4t0c4st3r 16-12-2011 03:35 PM

Thanks everyone.
I wrote aorfix a message one week ago.. he didnt write back yet.
But thanks anyway :)

Kueller917 17-12-2011 09:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Str4t0c4st3r (Post 9415213)
I didn't find many free software yet, but i tried it with a Guitar Rig demo (but i dont had enough time :D) Reaper (but i dont know how to use it) and a few others..
The whammy is connected with a USB-MIDI cable

I actually use Reaper more than Cubase. I'd like to know if it's possible to do MIDI commands in Reaper. I can never get it to work :$

Tom! 18-12-2011 10:43 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Kueller917 (Post 9422673)
I actually use Reaper more than Cubase. I'd like to know if it's possible to do MIDI commands in Reaper. I can never get it to work :$

It is and I've done the whole motp thing in reaper. Create a new midi track and view it in event view then insert the appropriate cc messages.

Jobby 26-12-2011 07:03 PM

Ok I just got a Digitech Whammy for christmas. I've never used MIDI before or any guitar software so I could really do with a step-by-step of what to do if anyone has the time :$

I've checked out Cubase as well, bit too expensive to be honest, I need something free if possible.

Matthijs 27-12-2011 11:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Matthijs (Post 9416050)

Quote:

Originally Posted by Electricmuser96 (Post 9432749)
Ok I just got a Digitech Whammy for christmas. I've never used MIDI before or any guitar software so I could really do with a step-by-step of what to do if anyone has the time :$

I've checked out Cubase as well, bit too expensive to be honest, I need something free if possible.

Read through this thread.

Not sure about free midi controlling programs though.

Tom! 27-12-2011 01:17 PM

Use Reaper. I must have recommended Reaper about a million times on this board now.


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