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Apr 20, 2011

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lrq3000

There are also alternative softwares, such as Frets on Fire (opensource) or Synthesia (free, except for the Learning pack), the latter being able to play any midi file as a classic sheet.

Zoie

Awesome.

I am classically trained myself, but there are many children (and adults) with talent and enthusiasm for music that are lost for the very reasons you name.

Having other choices for people is perfect.

Ken/MusicScienceGuy

Yes, it should work. Michael Eskin has this:
http://www.tradlessons.com/MIDIKeys.html
Also, see iXY MIDI Motion Machine
and iXY MIDI Controller

This should be very cool. I won't pursue this, as I'm focusing on learning the jammer. But please try it and let us know of the quirks, pitfalls and successes!

Ken. ;))

Shiverware

How interesting,

Sounds like this method works with anything midi. I'm guessing Musix or other iPad Apps should be able to be an interface for Rock Band 3 as well if they support core midi (which Musix will soon).

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