Multi-touch Screen Future styles
Play notes by touching the screen. The position and movement of your touch determines how the sound is generated and processed.
MIDI Control Want to control your existing equipment?
MIDI output means you only need to connect the Kitara to a MIDI device, and it becomes an extension of your existing equipment!
Powered by Linux Are you a programmer?
If you're not, that's fine, you can ignore this point :). But programmers will be happy to know the Kitara software is open-source on github!
Synthesizer Engine Experiment with internal sounds
You can apply a number of digital effects, including distortion, delay and modulation. You can save sounds as presets, and you can swap preset files online. You can assign one sound to all six strings, or assign different sounds to different strings.
24 Fret Neck No strings here though...
The Kitara neck has six rows of buttons, each corresponding to a musical note. It's configured out of the box like a traditional guitar neck - but you can change the tuning. The neck is modular - and new neck types will be available soon.
Different Modes There is no "one way" to play
Super configurable including various modes, you can choose the playing interface you like the best.