Basic MIDI

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Sanctuary, 1999 - Music - 223 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction
11
Controlling MIDI
37
Channel Voice Messages
46
Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Paul White, who was born in Yorkshire, north England, left school to train as an electronics engineer with the Ministry of Aviation. Always a performing musician -- playing first drums then guitar -- he has been on the recording scene ever since home recording became popular, leaving the commercial electronics sector to become a technical author. Currently Editor of the respected industry leader Sound On Sound, Paul was previously the Editor of Home Studio Recording, Audio Media and Recording Musician and Technical Editor of Guitarist, Home Keyboard Review and Rhythm. In his spare time, Paul continues to run a studio, producing recordings for bands as well as composing and recording his own music. Now living in Malvern with his wife and daughter, Paul was nominated UK Editor Of The Year in 1998.

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