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RE: MIDI microphones?

I’m not looking to do audio to midi conversion.


I want to have the singer be able to weird out her voice onstage with midi controllers built onto the microphone.


What I’m looking for is a microphone that has switches or knobs or contacts of some kind built in. These could trigger program changes, CC values, etc…


Just a simple program up/down would be cool. Or maybe effect on/off.


Anyone seen something like this?


Griff Peters



-----Original Message-----
From: snafu [mailto:simonabsent@gmx.de]
Sunday, December 19, 2004 7:31 AM
To: Loopers-Delight@loopers-delight.com
Subject: Re:
MIDI microphones?



try some "aodio-to-midi" converrters, like the roland cp-40


it has simple controlls, cheap to buy and does the trick...


good luck :-)





----- Original Message -----

Sent: Saturday, December 18, 2004 9:34 PM

Subject: Re: MIDI microphones?



Does such a thing exist as a handheld vocal microphone with switches or
controls for

That would totally &%$#ing rule.


Griff Peters


There were a Roland ( I think)( I'll check it up) Mic for
Midi but if I remember right no audio just for trigging synth or whatever. I used it with a band Tinnitus Therapy Trip( virtual Guitar, Vocals, Reeds, Drums ), that had two loopers going, a Jamman and a Boss RC-20 and the Midi mic to a Synth with percussion sounds, we started playing and after a while the loopmachines triggered the midi mic and the synthperc so we could all walk of stage and still be playing. (the synth also triggered itself with amazing feeling !!!:)

Gunnar Backman
Brak(E)man Prod/Brakophonics

E-mail brakophonic@telia.com