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    MIDI for beginners

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    for beginners Background The acronym MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. A Musical Instrument is a machine that makes sounds which humans have decided to call music. Digital means information that is encoded in numerical form, i.e. numbers, while Interface means a machine which facilitates communication between two or more systems. In practical terms, MIDI is a standard way for all sorts of modern musical equipment to talk to each other. This equipment commonly consists

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    Uses of ICT in Theatres

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    theatre may use ICT for a wide number of tasks: Ticket-booking systems (both on- and off-line) Internet site Staff rotas Promotional materials Cash flow Automatic lighting systems Central management system Accounts Scheduling User interfaces Alarms Data Protection Act -relates to any personal data (relating to living individuals who can be identified from that data) that may be stored. - Hence, general data collected from point of sale terminals and websites are not usually

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    Noteworthy Technology

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    Furthermore, learning an instrument can be time consuming and frustrating if all a person wants to do is compose their own music. This is where the beauty of technology comes in. Through a system known as MIDI, or Musical Instrumental Digital Interface, and musical notation computer software, composers are able to input their music into a computer and have the means to listen to, edit, and print out their compositions. While MIDI technology and computer musical notation software is easily

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    The Impact of Recording Technology on Music

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    see if it works" era into the digital world, because of these wonderfully tragic solutions to a higher pace of life. A musician's art have been made solely because of it, and others have been destroyed and humiliated by it. The complex new inventions of technology shape the adaptive method of studio recording and production however caused a drastic negative musical degrading of our beloved art. Basic terms are often confused when describing an individuals musical sense. Microsoft Encarta World

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    available. With the invention of the tape player, MIDI, auto tune and MP3’s the music industry would not be in the place it is now without these things. Digital tape recorders have made a huge difference in the music industry. In her article "Now, Digital Records" Ann Livermore discusses digital recording “The difference between conventional and digital recording is the production process. Conventional records are copies of recordings originally made on magnetic tape. After a recording session, a "master

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    John Lambert’s all-round innovation figure, the Eigenharp Alpha, is an electronic amalgamation of the musically, creative functions and the informal, systematic factors of a digital audio workstation. After a successful business pitch to his respective and founded Eigenlabs team, a fully confident eight-year development plan was ignited. The Pico and Tau were also devised as available smaller models for the suited customers. Photo (CC-BY) Thomas Bonte (who is, incidentally, creator of the free

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    retrieves records for instrument inventories, class lists, and attendance. Electronic musical instruments may be defined as those that generate sound electronically rather than acoustically. Two examples are synthesizers and digital pianos. These instruments generally have three components: a controller, modifier capabilities, and a sound generator which may be separate units or self-contained like the digital piano. Music teachers need to know how MIDI connections are made among instruments, how to use MIDI

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    This essay deals with the relationship of technology in developing new forms of musical expression in films. It focuses on how film music evolved from orchestras to the use of technology and how music technology has opened new horizons for film industry. There is an important historical relationship between films and music. Starting with the early film sound or “The Golden Age” (1933-1949) was served in special by orchestras, who did whatever was asked of them by the executives assigned to particular

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    Comparing Synthesizers

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    such as the Minimoog were not polyphonic but Monophonic. This means that if 8 keys were pressed still only the one sound would be heard. The Prophet could handle 5 at the same time while the more advanced Juno 106 could handle 6. The user interface on the Minimoog is user friendly. Where most people just twist and turn the knobs to get the sound they want. The panel with all the controllers and knobs on is hinged so that it could be placed vertically instead of horizontally for easier use

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    classical and folk drumming tradition, using custom designed digital musical interfaces, such as the Electronic Tabla and Electronic Dholak. A drum, when struck, does not generate its sound as a record of the force applied, but as an artifact of a physical response to that strike within the artistically controlled conditions of its material state. With the design of the North Indian drum controllers, we developed a physical model for digital audio synthesis to recreate the aural qualities of the drums’

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