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  • #31
    Originally posted by Mincer View Post
    Oh wow! So it uses the midi axe box in between? I always wondered about these things. Do you use the midi output?
    Yep, I use the midi all of the time. There is a small MidiAxe box for phantom power then it goes right into the Kurzweil module. or the Emu synth module which has a ton of Allen Holdsworth-like sounds.


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    • #32
      Originally posted by Securb View Post

      Yep, I use the midi all of the time. There is a small MidiAxe box for phantom power then it goes right into the Kurzweil module. or the Emu synth module which has a ton of Allen Holdsworth-like sounds.
      A quick question about that- if you need to use a hold pedal for the synth, how do you do it? Do you have to connect one to the synth itself? What if you are going into a computer to use VSTs- how do you use hold on that?

      I have a 13 pin output on my Brian Moore, and I use hold and volume from the midi interface jacks. I was curious how you handle it if there is no midi interface.
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      • #33
        It would be a pedal on the back of the synth though there is a programming application that comes on a disk with the guitar. I am sure I could assign "hold" to one of the switches on the lower horn of the guitar. Right now one switch tightens the tracking and the other is a three-way that allows you to raise or lower the instrument an octave. The knob is the synth volume.


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        • #34
          Originally posted by Securb View Post
          It would be a pedal on the back of the synth though there is a programming application that comes on a disk with the guitar. I am sure I could assign "hold" to one of the switches on the lower horn of the guitar. Right now one switch tightens the tracking and the other is a three-way that allows you to raise or lower the instrument an octave. The knob is the synth volume.
          Yes, when I bought my Brian Moore, I was asked if I wanted the MidiAxe stuff in there, but at the time, you'd have to use a midi expression pedal (not easy to find then) to send stuff like hold or volume to a VST...and synths don't always come with those jacks.
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