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x999x

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A new music app is on the horizon! Word is we could see it on installer in as soon as 2 days!

 

Doakiphone

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I'm at work so I cant see the image you posted, but is this the display similar to the moocow drumming package. Is the interface red? I may/may not have seen it on Youtube. If it's what i'm thinking of (Youtube Iband video) I want it baaaaaad!
 

musicmanmu

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Since no one else has jumped in to say it, I guess I'll have to:

NO STAIRWAY!

:)

But seriously, that is a wicked cool app. As a guitar player, I can't wait to give it a try, although only 3-4 frets of visibility doesn't leave much room to really play songs (save for chords), what more do you want on a freaking phone?
 

Lincoln

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I've been following this on MooCow's site - and it looks very nice. Much better than PocketGuitar. I play guitar, and I can tell I'll be able to play songs with this.

- John
 

lman

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That looks great, can't wait till its released. Video makes me laugh though, the ease at which he plays on that is just funny.
 

bean22

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I just installed it, and just like Moo Cow's other apps, this one's awesome :)
 

psylichon

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Oh man, this is so nice! The samples are seriously quality... I wouldn't hesistate to use them (in the right context) in a real production. That says a lot coming from me...

They really need the resizeable fretboard from PG, though... Just oooone more fret, please!

I'm not a guitarist, but this will actually be a great learning tool for me. Sweet sweet sweet...
 

x999x

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Oh man, this is so nice! The samples are seriously quality... I wouldn't hesistate to use them (in the right context) in a real production. That says a lot coming from me...

They really need the resizeable fretboard from PG, though... Just oooone more fret, please!

I'm not a guitarist, but this will actually be a great learning tool for me. Sweet sweet sweet...
Speaking of "sweet" I just belted out Sweet Child o' Mine on my first go. It must have taken me about 2 hours to get it "familiar sounding" in PocketGuitar.

Not sure which I prefer however, I feel like I'm playing a harp with MCMG.
 

GADeputy

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Speaking of "sweet" I just belted out Sweet Child o' Mine on my first go. It must have taken me about 2 hours to get it "familiar sounding" in PocketGuitar.

Not sure which I prefer however, I feel like I'm playing a harp with MCMG.
Any chance of you putting it up on a video for us to see? There aren't many videos of anyone using this new app yet. Only one so far that I know of.
 

psylichon

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Speaking of "sweet" I just belted out Sweet Child o' Mine on my first go. It must have taken me about 2 hours to get it "familiar sounding" in PocketGuitar.

Not sure which I prefer however, I feel like I'm playing a harp with MCMG.
Yeah, they're both impressive in different ways. I really wish I could get PG working along with this for showing off at the studio (clients LOVE this stuff!), but I followed your directions, even using your .plist from the other thread and a no go.

But that's for the other thread... sorry.... this program rocks! :p
 

x999x

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Just got in a bit ago and I can't find the SD card for the camera. I'll have to ask my better half where it is tomorrow, she used it last on her trip up north :T

I'll post a video tomorrow, sorry for the delay.
 

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Speaking of "sweet" I just belted out Sweet Child o' Mine on my first go. It must have taken me about 2 hours to get it "familiar sounding" in PocketGuitar.

Not sure which I prefer however, I feel like I'm playing a harp with MCMG.
Hey x666x,
When you create the video, can you make a slow version of it too, for us folks who don't play the guitar? I saw the Sweet Child O' Mine video that was posted over at MooCow's forum, but it's way too fast for me to figure out.