If Synthesia will get famous...

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aria1121
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Post by aria1121 » 01-12-11 11:32 am

What would happen if Synthesia will get even more famous than Guitar Hero? Will then be more MIDI files created and posted on the interntet? Will Synthesia then even get on television (Expect Strictly Come Dancing)? Will then a Synthesia-MIDI-download-manager be available? What would happen if Synthesia would be even on your iPod? What if...

What do you think it could happen?

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Post by blastissimo218 » 01-16-11 6:13 pm

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Post by DC64 » 01-17-11 9:42 am

There is that ugly thing called "COST".
"And now for something completely different."

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Post by aria1121 » 01-17-11 9:51 am

So Synthesia is gonna get €9001,- if it's available for Wii, PSP, XBOX 360, PS2-3-4, Windows, Mac, iPod, iPad, iPhone, Java app-platforms, ...if you are able (in future) to even plug in your MIDI keyboard in to you your TOASTER? Well the cost is nice now, but if you look at Anvil Studio, it's $19,- and Sibelius costs a lot. If Synthesia is able to do what MuseScore does (...EXCEPT CRASHING BEFORE YOU EVEN GET THE CHANCE TO SAVE YOUR .MID) then I think that $25 ( = €18,92) is a bit low, but MuseScore is free and OpenSource. How we're gonn' manage that if it gets implementated somewhere in future?

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Post by edwintheguru » 01-20-11 11:21 pm

synthesia is the best softwear for practicing and teaching ,i use synthesia for many student, it about 30 student each class,
and its works and synthesia make my song easier to learn
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Post by DC64 » 01-21-11 6:45 pm

I hate it when peopledo this type of stuff (but i love it when i do it :D )
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Post by DC64 » 01-26-11 5:24 pm

That is what the grand owners of videogamers need.
"And now for something completely different."

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