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RE: OT: was $280 Midi Guitar (andy's trick) + is Stringport betterthen AX50


I have StringPort . . . I bought it only about 4 weeks ago . . . I'm 
still groping with it's complexity in fact . . . so take my comments 
with a grain of salt.

I think comparing it to the AX50 is like comparing apples and oranges . 
. . the concept sort of seems the same . . . but StringPort seems rather 
a lot more complex.

This may be unfair, but it's a bit like comparing MS Word to Photoshop . 
. . similar, but not really.

I have only had a little experience with StringPort so far (not all of 
it good, BTW) but it presents possibilities that are even above and 
beyond the multiple GR and VG units I also own combined.

I am still trying to get a handle on it.

tEd ® kiLLiAn

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On Tue, Nov 9, 2010 at 4:29 AM, Christopher Darrow wrote:

> 2) Is Stringport really better then the AX50? Does it track better 
> even with regular midi plugins rather then their software? Is it more 
> processor intensive then the AX50, such that a laptop would start 
> exhibiting bad behavior with a bunch of plugins and effects open in 
> Live, etc.? Could really use a user report if anybody has experience 
> with these. Or if not both, then your review of the Stringport.
> Much thanks!