...in the evolution of MIDI guitar converters has finally arrived. Free beta version here: http://www.jamorigin.com/midi-guitar/vst.html Extensive discussion of the beta testing to date: http://www.kvraudio.com/forum/viewt...&start=0&sid=ebd74844ee410a7bd2b11fa6dfacb1e9 In Logic, it seems like it has to be used in Stand Alone mode. No problem! Here's my set up: MOTU Track 16 Cue Mix Guitar 1 channel Muted. - After initial tests with Audio Output set to Test Piano, I changed the MIDI Guitar Stand Alone Audio Output Instrument to No Instrument. - MOTU Track 16 as Input and Output Device. Input Channel: Only Channel 3 which is the first Guitar input. - Buffer Size: 128 - MIDI Output Route: "MIDI Guitar Virtual MIDI Out" As a result of the last step above (- MIDI Output Route: "MIDI Guitar Virtual MIDI Out"), "MIDI Guitar" appears in Logic's Physical Input object in the Environment without any additional work. That's it. It's just there. Keyboard players have had the luxury of using cheap plastic USB controllers for years. The Fishman Triple Play offered hope for a diminutive wireless MIDI guitar converter set up but it has yet to see the light of day. This MIDI Guitar app, previously an iPad/phone app, allows the guitarist to use any electric guitar of their choice to trigger and record MIDI inside Logic and other DAW with no external hardware except for the audio interface which are generally getting smaller in size these days. This is nothing short of amazing. The tracking accuracy and sense of latency, is equal to if not better than what I'm achieving with my Godin LSX-SA/Roland GI-20 set up. I snagged the full licensed version (on sale until the end of December) even though it's still a beta version. Velocities values are high (easily remedied in Logic with an Environment Transformer) but the developer will most likely add a velocity curve in the final version.