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MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a technical standard designed to allow electronic musical instruments communicate (transfer Performance & Settings data) with computers and each other.

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You can take the audio output from the Kaoss Pad and send it into the S2's input, however you may find the volume it's not exactly what you want. The usual way you would do this is use a preamp to m …
answered Dec 24 '12 by Rory Alsop
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Cubase and Sonar will both let you alter parameters of groups of tracks as well as single tracks, so you could group all your cellos and fade them all in using one control if required. In fact you co …
answered Mar 29 '12 by Rory Alsop
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Midi information is 7-bit, however the sync function getting information from an MSP uses a float for bpm, so you shouldn't have this problem. Have a look at this page for some info: http://www.cycling74.com/docs/max5/refpages/msp-ref/sync~.html …
answered Apr 17 '13 by Rory Alsop
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Unfortunately your theory of how the human voice is made up is not accurate enough to make this possible - you just can't get the detail. However, there are a wide range of examples of partial emula …
answered Jul 2 '12 by Rory Alsop
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The Impact outputs MIDI...LMMS uses MIDI. MIDI is a pretty good standard, and any controller presented to the interface can be assigned in LMMS. The documentation on https://lmms.io/wiki/index.php?title=Using_MIDI is very useful and explanatory. …
answered Jan 8 '18 by Rory Alsop
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module. My setup is to have keyboard and other instruments feeding in to my DAW on PC, with various effects loops and a midi sound module connected so I can hook them in, and so I trigger a particular sound bank from my keyboard via the PC. …
answered Jan 19 '18 by Rory Alsop
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There are many modern synthesizers that have older-style tones and voices built in. I think I have seen Juno voices on a couple of the more recent Rolands. Not sure if they are multi-timbral or accu …
answered Jul 14 '13 by Rory Alsop