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Fishman TriplePlay Wireless Guitar Controller Arrives!
One of the most innovative breakthrough in MIDI-based technology the TriplePlay Wireless Controller is a slim, compact device that provides an unlimited palette of sounds at your fingertips.
TriplePlay comes with a host of full-version software from PreSonus, Native Instruments, IK Multimedia and Notion Music's PROGRESSION 2, which lets users write music in tab or notation form and hear it played back instantly with real instrument samples.
Equally useful in live performance situations, TriplePlay enables users to play any virtual instrument or hardware synthesizer with fast, accurate tracking using NI Kontakt Elements and IK Multimedia SampleTank XE.
Guitar-specific AmpliTube and GuitarRig LE software is present with the TriplePlay, providing a virtually unlimited array of tones, effects and amp modelling options. You can even build entire arrangements with PreSonus StudioOne.
At less than 5" wide, the controller has a low-profile design that's packed with extra features such as a hexaphonic pickup, wireless controller and wireless USB receiver. It can be removed from your guitar as quickly and easily as it can be installed!
By Alice Thomson
Posted on 11 Jun 2013 16:59 to category : Instruments News
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