WNAMM09: ADIG Human Synchronizer Syncs MIDI To You

Drive your tempo from this new software      29/01/09

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I confess, I didn't witness this one in the flesh, but the idea of it is really quite simple. Most of the time the machines are in control, well with the ADIG Human Synchronizer , you can drive for a change. Add some flexibility into your live show, let the drummer get loose again. I could summarize, but here's what they say: " In the studio or on the road, ADIG Human Synchronizerâ„¢ will take care of synchronizing all your delays or sequencers to the performance of a musician, conductor or dancer. Our technology puts the performer in control of the tempo and your machines in ways not possible until now! ADIG Human Synchronizerâ„¢ is a Tempo Controller that allows the musician to control the tempo of the Midi Clock in real time during a performance. The Midi Clock is used for controlling the tempo of other external equipment, like Sequencers, Delays and Loops"
    Controlling the Midi Clock tempo is available using :
  • A Midi controller volume pedal
  • A Midi controller tone wheel
  • A Midi Tempo tap pedal
  • Playing together with the ADIG Human Synchronizerâ„¢ being able to push or slow down the tempo
Besides using Midi, audio input is also possible for percussive instruments like drums. The ADIG Human Synchronizerâ„¢ software is available both as Windows and Mac versions. $399

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Cerebral Infect    Said...

Did the Ploytec 34one pedal did the same thing for a lower price and in hardware format (without the audio input) ?

29-Jan-09 11:36 AM


Benedict Johnson    Said...

The Koass Pad 3 does beat-detection/synchronization, and the looping tool in Ableton 8 looks like it automatically syncs to your live playing -

Impressive and highly useful, but I just think this technology is getting a bit too common to throw around statements like "in ways not possible until now"

05-Apr-09 11:39 AM


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