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Online-Guide MIDI and Modelling Guitars
Modelling Guitars

 

Modelling guitars and basses are instruments whose sound is produced by integrated electronics, not the acoustic or electrical properties of the instrument itself. Synth sounds usually play little or no role here; these instruments are concerned with simulating the sounds of important guitar models such as the Les Paul, Strat and Tele (even offering several versions/vintages of each) as well as additional sounds such as acoustic guitars, banjo and twelve-string.

A
ModellingSynthesis technique whereby a sound or set of characteristics is created from a mathematical model. This can be applied to create instrument sounds as well as to simulate the response of a device such as an amplifier, effects processor or speaker to any given input.
modelling
guitar is not a
MIDIMIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a control language that enables electronic instruments to communicate with each other. In days gone by, if you wanted to play a sound from a given synthesiser, you had to physically play that specific synth’s keyboard - this resulted in performers being surrounded by huge arrays of keyboards.
MIDI
guitar.
ModellingSynthesis technique whereby a sound or set of characteristics is created from a mathematical model. This can be applied to create instrument sounds as well as to simulate the response of a device such as an amplifier, effects processor or speaker to any given input.
Modelling
guitars output the sound of a guitar from a regular
JackA connector used for audio input/output on many devices including sound modules, mixing desks and guitars. Usually found in 6.4mm and 3.5mm varieties, either mono, or stereo/balanced/TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve).
jack
socket, not signals that need to be converted by a guitar processor. The output from a
ModellingSynthesis technique whereby a sound or set of characteristics is created from a mathematical model. This can be applied to create instrument sounds as well as to simulate the response of a device such as an amplifier, effects processor or speaker to any given input.
modelling
guitar may be connected directly to a guitar
AmpereUnit of current; the amount of electricity flowing through a conductor. One Ampere is equal to the flow of 6.25x10^18 electrons through a conductor in one second.
amp
, while the output of the
PickupA device for converting sound into an electronic signal, usually by direct contact with the instrument body or by magnetic interaction with the strings, as opposed to a microphone which picks up sound vibrations in the air.
pickup
of a
MIDIMIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a control language that enables electronic instruments to communicate with each other. In days gone by, if you wanted to play a sound from a given synthesiser, you had to physically play that specific synth’s keyboard - this resulted in performers being surrounded by huge arrays of keyboards.
MIDI
guitar controller must be connected to a guitar processor or synth.

The leading company in the field of
ModellingSynthesis technique whereby a sound or set of characteristics is created from a mathematical model. This can be applied to create instrument sounds as well as to simulate the response of a device such as an amplifier, effects processor or speaker to any given input.
modelling
guitars is Line 6, a California-based company which has pioneered the use of
DigitalAll digital equipment, formats and systems represent audio in numerical code or form. Digital information is a precise way of expressing any of information that can be quantified in some way.
digital
ModellingSynthesis technique whereby a sound or set of characteristics is created from a mathematical model. This can be applied to create instrument sounds as well as to simulate the response of a device such as an amplifier, effects processor or speaker to any given input.
modelling
technology in guitars, amplifiers and FX processors. Their first
ModellingSynthesis technique whereby a sound or set of characteristics is created from a mathematical model. This can be applied to create instrument sounds as well as to simulate the response of a device such as an amplifier, effects processor or speaker to any given input.
modelling
AmplifierA device for increasing the power of a signal by taking power from a supply and shaping the output to match the input signal.
amplifier
was patented in 1996. Their Variax line of
ModellingSynthesis technique whereby a sound or set of characteristics is created from a mathematical model. This can be applied to create instrument sounds as well as to simulate the response of a device such as an amplifier, effects processor or speaker to any given input.
modelling
guitars has become popular with guitarists; an easy way to spot a Variax guitar is that it has no visible conventional
PickupA device for converting sound into an electronic signal, usually by direct contact with the instrument body or by magnetic interaction with the strings, as opposed to a microphone which picks up sound vibrations in the air.
pickups
. The Variax features many guitar sounds and familiar controls, and uses hexaphonic
PiezoA ceramic transducer, often used in acoustic instrument pickups. Piezo technology can also be used to make small speakers.
piezo
PickupA device for converting sound into an electronic signal, usually by direct contact with the instrument body or by magnetic interaction with the strings, as opposed to a microphone which picks up sound vibrations in the air.
pickups
, so each string is individually processed. One benefit of this is that since each string is modelled separately, tunings may be switched instantaneously via
FootswitchA switch operated by the foot to turn on or off a function while both hands are playing an instrument as in guitar effects pedals or synthesizer patch changing.
footswitch
. These guitars feature a
DigitalAll digital equipment, formats and systems represent audio in numerical code or form. Digital information is a precise way of expressing any of information that can be quantified in some way.
digital
output along with the standard quarter-inch
JackA connector used for audio input/output on many devices including sound modules, mixing desks and guitars. Usually found in 6.4mm and 3.5mm varieties, either mono, or stereo/balanced/TRS (Tip Ring Sleeve).
jack
, allowing direct connection to Line 6 amps or pedals, so that
PresetA program or patch forming part of a synthesizer of other device's factory-shipped state. Presets usually can't be overwritten, but they may usually be edited and the result stored to a user program.
presets
can be changed across all units with one button press. These instruments need power, either using internal batteries from a Line 6
AmpereUnit of current; the amount of electricity flowing through a conductor. One Ampere is equal to the flow of 6.25x10^18 electrons through a conductor in one second.
amp
or pedal board.

Variax Modeling Gitarre

Variax acoustic
ModellingSynthesis technique whereby a sound or set of characteristics is created from a mathematical model. This can be applied to create instrument sounds as well as to simulate the response of a device such as an amplifier, effects processor or speaker to any given input.
modelling
guitars are available in both steel- and nylon-strung versions and offer various features across the range including an integrated tuner,
ReverbReverb is an effect that simulates the reflection of sound waves from the surfaces of an enclosed area such as a room or hall. After the initial direct sound arrives at the listener, reflections from the surrounding surfaces follow and gradually decrease in intensity as they are absorbed.
reverb
,
Chorus1) A delay-based effect that simulates the sound of a group of the same instruments. Regarded as a soft modulation, effect it can create rich textures through phasing and mixing of layers. 2) The part of a song that acts as a recurring theme or refrain.
chorus
, alternative tunings and models of rare and expensive instruments such as 12-string acoustics, sitar, shamisen and
ResonatorA type of guitar designed before electric guitars in the quest for more volume. In addition to two main soundholes, a number of metal cones are placed underneath the strings in the main body of the guitar to help further amplify the sound. Popular with slide players for its cutting tone, and famously featured on the cover of Dire Straits 'Brothers in Arms' album.
dobro
. When using the alternate tunings, remember to set your amplified signal loud enough to mask the sound you hear from the guitar itself. These weight and feel of these guitars weigh is close to a solid body guitar. Because the cavity is smaller, they don’t produce a lot of acoustic
Volume1) In audio and music, the loudness or amplitude of a signal. 2) In computing, a fixed amount of storage space, addressed as a single entity ('C:', 'D:' etc). A physical drive may contain more than one volume, but a single volume may also span more than one drive!
volume
, so while they may be perfectly suited for the stage or studio, they may not work as well at around a campfire.

 

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