Does anyone know of a good, current book on MIDI?
I have looked around and the stuff I have found is generally either
really old or awful.
Any help would be appreciated.
: Does anyone know of a good, current book on MIDI?
:I have looked around and the stuff I have found is generally either
:really old or awful.
:Any help would be appreciated.
You can try "The Musician's Guide To MIDI". (ISBN 0-7821-1285-4)
This book is fairly easy to understand. It provides basic knowledge of
MIDI hardware, software, general implementation of controllers, NRPN & RPN
message format, SysEx message format, basic sequencing technique, some
sysnthesizer specific information, and so on.
> Does anyone know of a good, current book on MIDI?
> I have looked around and the stuff I have found is generally either
> really old or awful.
> Any help would be appreciated.
> Sal Orlando
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Dont know exactly what kind of midi book you are looking for. Mix
Bookshelf has a lot of them. The Desktop Musican by David Rubin is one
of the newer ones. Comes with a cdrom of Mac and PC software demos.
Sequencing Secrets by Ian Waugh by UK publisher PC Publishing is a
fine book. PC Publishing has many nice books on midi. Here in US, one
can find them at Borders, Barnes and Noble, MicroCenter.
MidiVox - Worlds 1st Real Time Voice to Midi. BioSensor Neckband
+ Rack Mount Brain.
Hum, Sing, Scat, Talk, Rap, Croon. AES Best in Show. EM's
Editors Choice. Keyboard "MidiVox Roars."
As you can read after the "Subject:" line I would like to jump to a good
I would like to have a good book about MIDI, preferably in Dutch or
English. Does anyone know recommendable titles?