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Sonuus G2M - Universal Audio to 5pin MIDI Din Converter
- Any Electric Guitar can be used as a solo MIDI Guitar
- Also works with bass, voice and wind instruments
- True plug-and-play
- Fast & accurate
- Near Zero latency
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The G2M is a simple-to-use, highly effective, guitar-to-MIDI converter. It is "Universal" because it doesn't need a special pick-up mounted on your guitar, but instead simply connects to your guitar like any other effects pedal.
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My experience with it was, if I wanted to only activate pads or play really slow melodies, it worked great. But I wanted to be able to do those things AND I wanted to play fast melodies. The latency was really noticeable when playing fast melodies. Again, I don't like to put this product down because it is amazing that something like this exists. I am now experimenting with another product. The Midi Guitar 2 from Jam Origin. This is a plug in. ($99) Yes a plug in. After only a few hours using the product, I find it to be way ahead of the Sonuus. My next experiment will be with the Fishman Triple play. I am on the hunt for the best way to activate my MIDI instruments via guitar so I have to try everything.
This thing is fast. My mind is still boggled. Anything with a 1/4” out - from a Bass to a Mic - instantly becomes MIDI. Either pitch-bend, or snap-to chromatic. Recommend iConnect and Roland Sound Canvas for iPad. Get all 3 and play anything with anything. This is what we’ve dreamed about, but has been science fiction until now. Any noticeable latency you get will be due to your software setup etc. This thing is fast enough and expressive enough (including volume control) to actually be played on stage. Bravo. 5 stars.
Definately one of the best purchases I've made for my studio.
I gave it two stars because it does seem to be constructed well and it probably works much better with guitar, it did respond better above the 12th fret of my basses but still not well enough to be usable. I also noticed it worked a bit better with my Stingray 5 than my Ibanez EBH 1505, so maybe it would be great with the right bass?
2nd, polyphonic. Amazing! Add midiguitar2 from jamorigin dot com and you can become pat metheny!
It is a new life for my guitar playing. Just amazing.
Problem is that in the end this is nothing more than a novelty toy, even with the switches set up and optimal clean guitar playing the latency is so bad that it would be useless for studio or live use.