With "The Midi Files", users can learn how to program drum patterns, guitars, bass, strings and brass sounds; use sequencer tricks; and try out unusual and experimental programming ideas. "Dance Music Programming Secrets" separates chapters for bass line and rhythm programming styles, and shows how to use Cubase's Logical Editor and IPS. It covers such areas as chords, echoes, arpeggios and quantization; the mixing desk, EQ and effects; the secrets of getting creations distributed and sold; and the Internet's Midi and dance resources.
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An informal guide to getting the most out of MIDI, based on a leading MIDI consultant's years of experience.A comprehensive insider's guide to every important aspect of making music with MIDI, written from the point of view of a musician. Simple answers to frequently asked questions. Includes extensive examples, all of which also appear on the accompanying disk. Presents detailed, hard-to-find information on troubleshooting MIDI files, and MIDI system messages. Discusses the future of MIDI.For amateur and semi-professional musicians.About the Author:
Rob Young has written some of the UK's best selling Computer titles including the Complete Idiot's guide to Internet: UK 2001, The UK Internet Starter Kit, and the upcoming web Design Starter Kit.
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