MIDI Only Version Of StringPort

Keith McMillen Instruments releases StringPort MIDI Out      26/08/10
Keith McMillen Instruments has announced the release of StringPort MIDI Out, a less expensive, less processor-intensive version of the full StringPort software suite. Here's all the details that they have supplied us with...
StringPort MIDI Out converts audio from hexaphonic guitar pickups into extremely accurate MIDI data with extraordinarily low latency. This MIDI data can drive sequencers such as Logic, Digital Performer, or Cubase, digital audio workstations such as Pro Tools and Ableton Live, virtual synthesizers, samplers, and any external MIDI sound module or keyboard. StringPort MIDI Out can be upgraded to the full StringPort software suite at any time.
StringPort MIDI Out contains a hardware interface and software application that integrates with industry-standard hexaphonic pickups (such as Roland GK, Graph Tek, Zeta and RMC models) through high speed USB2.
Said Keith McMillen, founder of KMI, "We listened to hexaphonic guitar players who were asking for a product that would reveal the most accurate and intimate representation of their guitar playing in order to drive their internal synthesizers and outboard MIDI sound modules. We believe that StringPort MIDI Out is now the best in class product for the 13pin guitar world."
Pricing and Availability:
StringPort MIDI Out is available for MacOS and retails for $595. More information:

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