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MIDI

MIDI (mîd´ê) noun
Computer Science.
1.An agreed-upon structure for representing sounds in a form that a computer can interpret.
2.Software that conforms to this structure, used for composing and editing electronic music.
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MIDI

MIDI, acronym for Musical Instrument internal linkDigital Interface. In computer science, a serial internal linkinterface standard that allows for the connection of music synthesizers, musical instruments, and computers. The MIDI standard is based partly on hardware and partly on a description of the way in which music and sound are encoded and communicated between MIDI devices. The hardware portion of the standard defines these types of input/output channels, called MIDI ports, and specifies a particular type of cable, a MIDI cable, that plugs into the ports. The three types of ports defined by the MIDI specification are MIDI In, MIDI Out, and MIDI Thru. A synthesizer or other MIDI device receives MIDI messages via its MIDI In port. It also echoes the messages back out through the MIDI Thru port so that other devices can receive them. MIDI devices send their own messages to other devices via the MIDI Out port.

The internal linkinformation transmitted between MIDI devices is in a form called a MIDI message, which encodes aspects of sound such as pitch and volume as 8-bit bytes of digital information. MIDI devices can be used for creating, recording, and playing back music. Using MIDI, computers, synthesizers, and sequencers can communicate with each other, either keeping time or actually controlling the music created by other connected equipment. The standardization on MIDI by the major synthesizer manufacturers is partially responsible for the huge success of computers in the music profession.



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The internal linkelectrical signals that are conducted to the brain by the auditory nerve fibres are like the impulses that activate a computer.  They are not themselves sounds;  they are symbols of sounds.  In this role they evoke different reactions in the various sections of the brain which govern responses.  The brain has a sound internal linkmemory center which begins accumulating sounds even before birth.  We are able to distinguish between some 400,000 signals.  It is in the brain where the journey of sound ends, an instant after it begins that hearing and the memory of sound becomes the keynote of all communications.
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