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  1. Gabriel


  2. djgui

    thanks a lot brothers and sister from Landr

  3. Cornell

    I have a asr10 which comes with no sounds…..I need midi….sampling is cool and all but I want plug ins

  4. Harry

    It is so incredibly complex and it is overwhelming. I have a cakewalk X1 producer set up that I’ve tried to get the midi thing happening but because it is just so complex and overwhelming I just stopped beating my head against the wall. While I appreciate this article a great deal it only affirms that I am unable to comprehend this extremely complicated menagerie known as MIDI. It’s so damn frustrating.

    • Scott Parsons

      Hey Harry,

      Thanks for reaching out! Sorry to hear that you’re having trouble :( MIDI can definitely be a frustrating subject.

      I’d be happy to help you out if you let me know what specific issues you’re having with your setup. Let me know and let’s get you connected!


    • Justice Allah

      That about sums up my experience. My next step is taking a course. I’m using Maschine MK2 and don’t know what the heck I’m doing. I miss the old SP 12 Turbo.

    • Jovet

      I don’t see how it’s that complicated. MIDI is a data stream from the “OUT” of one device to the “IN” of another. Each stream can carry 16 separate channels. That’s pretty much all there is to it. I mean, you can make it complicated if you want to. The MIDI devices themselves can be complicated, because of what they can do to and with the MIDI data they receive and/or transmit.

      If you’re still overwhelmed or frustrated, think of MIDI like the remote control on your TV. The remote tells the TV what to do…. when to turn on, when to change channels, when to turn off, etc. It doesn’t have anything to do with the actual content that shows on the TV or that the TV is even capable of showing. You can use the remote to tune to a blank channel, for instance. Coincidentally, this analogy goes even further, since physical MIDI connections are electrically isolated just like a TV remote/receiver are.

  5. Marco

    Thanks for the valuable information on this amazing blog!
    By the way, If you have the time… listen to my track. The mastering has been done by Landr AI

  6. saez tate

    very comprehensive

  7. massudi

    You’re the best

  8. Norma Padro

    I had so many questions about this same topic a few years ago. I wish I had reached your site as well to learn more things. This site is very informative.

  9. Jessica

    Gosh MIDI is just so freakin’ fascinating, I LOVE IT!

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