Posts Tagged ‘MIDI’ on Logic Pro Expert

Logic Pro from A to Z – M is for MIDI

Logic Pro from A to Z - M is for MIDI

Many of you might be thinking, MIDI? Really? It’s been around for over thirty years. What more is there to say about it? Well, the fact is that almost all modern DAWs, Logic Pro X included, deliberately blur the lines between the previously separate realms of audio and MIDI. Now more than ever. MIDI grooves, timing, and note events are easily extracted from audio these days. So, the new thing about MIDI is that it is less separate from audio than it ever has been since it was invented. Here I’ll look at converting audio to MIDI note data in Logic Pro X.

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Gestrument – Swipe and Play [iOS]


Gestrument for iOS , developed by contemporary classical composer Jesper Nordin and software developer Jonatan Liljedahl, is a genre agnostic music composition tool that enables you to make music by merely swiping your finger. It was updated to version 1.4.1 yesterday.

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Hey MIDI – They Say It’s Your Birthday


30 years ago, in August 1983, the official MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) specification was published. The initiative to develop a standard networking protocol – allowing musical devices to talk to one another – was started by the joint efforts of Sequential Circuits founder Dave Smith, and Roland Corporation founder Ikutaro Kakehashi.

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