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Midi Power! by Robert Guérin

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Chapter 10. MIDI Software Applications

A number of MIDI applications allow just about anyone to use MIDI in ways that were not possible before the integration of computers into the MIDI world. MIDI players allow computer users to hear MIDI files through audio hardware’s synthesizer chip or software’s integrated wavetable. MIDI monitors allow a user to monitor MIDI going into or coming out of the computer. These and other applications represent a new breed of MIDI tools for non-musicians.

Other MIDI programs are designed to support special functions not necessarily found in more general MIDI editing software. For example, your sequencer might not provide any MIDI effects such as MIDI delays or MIDI arpeggios, or you might find a stand-alone utility ...

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