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MIDI Language

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Joan Esteve Bartrolí

on 30 October 2014

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Transcript of MIDI Language

Definition
MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a protocol of serial communication that is use to connect different audio devices to produce music.
History
Digital Synthesizers
Dave Smith (Sequential Circuits)
Audio Engineeing Society
First Model 1982

Applications
Instrument Control
Composition
File Sharing
Game Music
Synthesis and sampling
MIDI Devices
Controllers: Generate the data

Instruments: Receive and process the data

Connectors: Transport the data
Protocol and Specifications
IN
OUT
THRU
Hardware
USB
FireWire
XLR connectors
Ethernet
Wireless
Messages

Byte (8 bytes)
Status bytes (1...)



Data bytes (0...)
Channel messages
System messages
Channels
16 Channels
Numerate devices
System
Monophonic


Polyphonic
Omni on
Omni off
Omni on
Omni off
Tutorial & Information
Questions?
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