Archive of posts with tag 'MIDI'

Air drumming with AeroBand

In digital music, the most popular type of connection between instruments, controllers and computers today is undoubtedly MIDI over USB. However, the world is moving towards wireless solutions due to...

How to map an effect and assign a controller in Logic Pro X

Logic Pro X offers powerful, almost unlimited possibilities in music production. It is certainly one of the most versatile and advanced DAWs available on the market. This has its pros and cons....

MIDI System Real-time Messages

We have already written a lot of posts on MIDI messages. We described how Channel Voice Messages work: Control Change, Program Change, Pitch Bend and Aftertouch. There was also a post about Channel Mode Messages....

New MIDI foot controllers

The long-awaited moment has finally arrived! We have released two standalone MIDI foot controllers: an expression pedal and a footswitch.

How to control your Amp Sim with a foot controller - intro

In the era of DAWs and VST plugins, many guitarists are increasingly using amp simulators (amp sims for short). The name may mistakenly suggest that they are only used to...

MIDI Connections

In this article, we will talk about the physical connections of MIDI devices — wired and wireless.

MIDI Channels and Channel Modes

In this article, we will talk about MIDI Channels (finally) and Channel Mode Messages (as opposed to Channel Voice Messages, which we have written about earlier).

How do you use Pitch Bend and Aftertouch?

In previous articles, we discussed most types of Channel Voice Messages. We described Note-On / Note-Off, Control Change and Program Change in detail. Today’s post will be devoted to last...

What is Program Change?

We devoted the previous article to the Control Change MIDI message.

What does CC stand for in MIDI?

This is another article about MIDI, this time about control.

What does MIDI stand for?

What does MIDI stand for?

Introduction to MIDI

“What MIDI did is it allowed the first home studios to be born” - Dave Smith