Learn how to use this communication protocol to enhance your recordings in the third millennium. Whether you're creating a MIDI sequencing extravaganza, supporting an acoustic recording or synchronizing equipment, MIDI (which has come a long way since its implementation in the '80s) is likely to be involved. See and hear practical applications of MIDI gear: keyboards, sound modules, effect processors, recorders, mixers, triggers and controllers. This book will help you produce more powerful and impressive recordings through a deeper understanding of MIDI.
About the Author
Bill Gibson, President of Northwest Music and Recording, has spent the last 25 years writing, recording, producing and teaching music and has become well-known for his production, performance and teaching skills. As an instructor at Green River College in Auburn, WA, holding various degrees in composition, arranging, education and recording, he developed a practical and accessible teaching style which provided the basis for what was to come15 books, a DVD, and a VHS video for MixBooks/ArtistPro along with a dozen online courses for members of ArtistPro.com. Bill's writings are acclaimed for their straightforward and understandable explanations of recording concepts and applications.
Table of Contents
MIDI Theory MIDI Parameters System Messages General MIDI Specifications MIDI Machine Control (MMC) Synchronization Standard MIDI File Strings and Pads Quantizing Combining MIDI Mix Tools MIDI System Design Combining MIDI and Live Recording Conclusion