The Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI), has underpinned much of music technology for decades. It is used for a huge range of applications across a broad range of application areas. From the control surfaces for synthesizers, samplers, effects pedals and other MIDI controllers through the MIDI networks that have been built using dedicated MIDI ports (IN, OUT and THRU) and MIDI cables to the much more recently high-speed USB connections. It has been used to send control and other information, which can be recorded and edited on your Digital Audio Workstation (DAW). There is no doubting that MIDI has made a massive impact on music technology since the day it was first released onto the market.
We are growing a collection of resources for people with an interest in music technology. We’ll be looking at both hardware and software, the MIDI Standard itself, as well as the various pieces of equipment and items of software that use MIDI in some shape or form. So, let’s get started with some articles featured below:
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