February 14, 2009
I’m uploading a couple of new MIDItar Hero vids for your viewing pleasure. The first video is a demonstration of how to get MH connected to a digital audio workstation – the video uses Reason as an example, but in general the same instructions should apply for Ableton Live, GarageBand, FL Studio, Mixcraft, etc. The second video… is pretty much the most epic thing you will ever see on the internet. Well, not really, but it’s still pretty entertaining.
Using MIDItar Hero with a Digital Audio Workstation
TTFAF on MIDItar Hero
February 8, 2009
I’m currently working on a new version of MIDItar Hero, mostly just going through and rearranging and improving the interface. I realized there’s no reason for 8 billion separate windows, so I’ve pretty much gone through and condensed everything in a manner that’s actually easier to use. I also added a few new options for both of the guitar modes that deal with the second set of frets on the RB Strat, but haven’t got around to testing them yet.
Before I actually release this version, though, I’d like to know how people use MIDItar Hero… does anybody actually use Easy Mode? How many people use it for the guitar modes, the drum mode, or both? What options would you like to see in MIDItar Hero that would make it more versatile, easier to use, or fun to play? Comment here, or email me or IM me with your suggestions.