Many musicians are put off using MIDI by the very books meant to explain it. This one is different. By using references to everyday items such as television or the telephone, Basic Midi is actually extremely logical and straightforward to use. The book's comprehensive diagrams and clear, jargon-free language mean any user will soon be able to master this increasingly important area of music.
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16 MIDI channels ADSR envelope aftertouch allow analogue analogue synthesiser Atari ST audio basic Bass connected controller data controller information different MIDI channel disk drum machine drum sounds editing electrical electronic envelope external MIDI facilities filter format frequency guitar hardware sequencers input keyboard instruments master keyboard MIDI cable MIDI clock MIDI controller MIDI data MIDI information MIDI instruments MIDI interface MIDI keyboard MIDI Merge MIDI message MIDI modules MIDI note MIDI sequencer MIDI Sync MIDI Thru MIDI-to-tape sync mixing console multiport multitimbral multitrack recorder NOTE NOTE NOTE parameters patch pedal piano pitch bend played back polyphony Program Change quantise ribbon controllers sample samplers sequencer tracks sequencing package sequencing software signal slave SMPTE socket software sequencers soundcards string Subtractive Synthesis switched sync box Sync mode synchronisation synth synth module synthesiser Sysex tape machine tempo usually velocity