TriplePlay Brings Life to the Wireless Guitar Controller
We love stalking music nerds. At Macworld/iWorld 2013 we found plenty of them. Larry Fishman and Fishman Transducers nerds have fulfilled a promise - to bring Guitar MIDI or Wireless Guitar Controller to the market called TriplePlay. We interview Larry on the development of the first successful MIDI guitar and discusses how he maintained a company for 32 years.
TriplePlay Takes MIDI Guitar Over the Goal Line
"TriplePlay is a product that was a progression of a lot of things at Fishman for over seven or eight years"
"MIDI Guitar was a promise that was never fulfilled, released to public way too early, full of glitches, people would buy it and get disappointed, dealers getting stuck with inventory, not a pretty picture"
"soft synthesizers and virtual soft sounds have progressed...As we were starting to test the major sound libraries with TriplePlay, we started to get a lot of enthusiasm from the major players in the VST (Virtual Studio Technology) world...we were astonished how enthusiastic and how much they wanted to give us"
"I have a company full of great musicians and engineers that love to work and love to create"Fishman TriplePlay is a product that professionals and beginners can take advantage of. Triple Play has been tested by jazz guitar legend John McLaughlin. TriplePlay can divide a guitar fretboard into four zones or four voices. Basically, you don't need a keyboard to compose a song.
TriplePlay comes with a Wireless Controller, Hexaphonic Pickup, and Wireless USB Receiver. The Controller and included software works with major Digital Audio Workstations(DAWs) and virtual instruments and installs quickly on any electric guitar.