Most MIDI users do no more than scratch the surface of MIDI's potentialities. But dare to dig a bit deeper and you'll find a whole new world of creative possibilities.
With this book, you'll learn how to optimise your MIDI system to give the best results for your particular setup; find out how switchers and mergers can add sophistication to your setup and how they can be used at live gigs. Want to incorporate a multitrack into your MIDI system? No problem - there's a section on synchronisers, SMPTE and MIDI time code. And all you retro freaks will find out how to use your MIDI system with that dusty old analogue synth!
You'll find out how to improvise a simple MIDI tester to help troubleshoot problem systems, and how to use SysEx messages to access some of the more esoteric features of your system. And the really intrepid MIDI freak will be able to get to grips with MIDI programming!