pitch to MIDI microphone

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pitch to MIDI microphone

Postby BertAnt » Tue Nov 30, 2010 11:18 pm

i don't know if this is good or not, but i just thought i'd share it here..

i'm thinking of a microphone with built in pitch to MIDI converter... that should come handy for a vocalist ;)

after googling i found some interesting links :

http://www.notation.com/vb-forum/showpo ... ostcount=3

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Re: pitch to MIDI microphone

Postby james » Wed Dec 01, 2010 9:35 am

We did wonder about making a combined unit (mic + MIDI converter) but worried that there wasn't a big need for something so dedicated.

The i2M musicport works well with most dynamic mics (even very cheap ones). The pre-amp has adjustable gain so you can turn it up to get better results with a dynamic mic since it typically has a lower output than a guitar has.
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Re: pitch to MIDI microphone

Postby axelcyril » Mon May 16, 2011 5:46 pm

The MIDI Microphone voice is really woofer and upgrade type music listen. You can change the instrument volume itself. And also make itself music from the use of software with the computer.
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Re: pitch to MIDI microphone

Postby zeeneefa » Tue Feb 14, 2012 6:41 am

How do I access the microphone on my laptop to record something? My laptop is a compaq that came with windows vista and it has a built in microphone. I need to record myself for a project in school but I cannot find how to get to the microphone.
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