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Using a non MIDI instrument with Pizzicato ?

To encode notes in Pizzicato without using the mouse or computer keyboard, the only solution is MIDI. Usually, one thinks that we are limited to a synthesizer keyboard, organ or MIDI compatible electric piano and people not playing the keyboard find themselves disappointed.

You must know that various MIDI converter exist for acoustic instruments like guitar, sax, bass, violin, brasses, battery,... and even the human voice. Such a converter is often specific for an instrument, but it provides a MIDI output that can be used directly by Pizzicato to encode the notes of a score rapidly.

This type of converter may be found in specialised music stores. A MIDI cable connects it to the computer and from there, any MIDI musical software may use the notes played on your guitar, violin, sax,...


   
   
              
 

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