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WANTED: Singer to accompany Pocket PC (no talent required!)

 
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Barny



Joined: 03 Oct 2003
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 30, 2002 11:00 pm    Post subject: WANTED: Singer to accompany Pocket PC (no talent required!) Reply with quote

The latest release of Griff™ Pocket Music Studio now lets you record, edit and playback sounds on your pocket PC.

Try this: Sing something awful directly into your Pocket PC, add a bit of reverb for effect, stick a tune in behind it and you have a CD Quality, number 1 single written entirely on your pocket PC. And if you are not entirely happy with your band, the Griff™ sampler allows you to import "that new sound" in the form of a *WAV file.

Sounds good? Well only as good as the composer. However, with it’s intuitive interface design, Griff™ Pocket Music Studio unleashes the musical genius in everyone. It is a music revolution! (What is more, the upgrade is free to existing Griff™ users and at no extra cost to new customers).
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 09, 2003 2:43 pm    Post subject: sing along... ;-) Reply with quote

is it possible to sing to my instrumental ? i mean: i produce a track on griff playback it and simultaneusly record my singing to the beat ? or do i habe to do it step by step ? first the beat, then the singing ? soorry for my bloody english ! *G*
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PostPosted: Tue Dec 09, 2003 3:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Depends on whether your pocketpc can handle full duplex audio - that is recording whilst playing back.

I know the IPAQ range didn't initially but Compaq then released a driver to enable it.

Check your specs/the web for the keywords 'Full Duplex'
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PostPosted: Thu Dec 11, 2003 3:57 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

thank u very much for ur fast reply... actually i don´t have a pocket pc yet...
but im planing to get me one Wink extra for griff ! a read about u, in the german keys magazin and im very interested in u r software...
could anyone give me a tip which pocket pc ist best for griff ?

what about the Yakumo PDA delta 300 ? i can buy this one for 230 € (ebay.de) is it okay to run griff ? or the toshiba e 400 ?

i first thougt about buying a ipaq 3630, but if u say it cant handle full duplex audio, then this one is not interessting for me !

greetings from ruhrcity, germany !
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Barny



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PostPosted: Fri Dec 19, 2003 10:44 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

guest wrote:

what about the Yakumo PDA delta 300 ? i can buy this one for 230 € (ebay.de) is it okay to run griff ? or the toshiba e 400 ?

i first thougt about buying a ipaq 3630, but if u say it cant handle full duplex audio, then this one is not interessting for me !
!

Hi,
Don't know about the Yakumo or the Toshiba, but the Ipaq 3630 that I am using supports full duplex audio.

Barny
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