MIDI

Musical Instrument Digital Interface

MIDI

Abbrev. for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. A common standard communication protocol that allows different brands of electronic musical instruments and equipment to 'talk' to, and control, each other.

midi

  1. the south of France
  2. a standard protocol for communication between electronic musical instruments and computers

MIDI

an acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, an industry-standard way for electronic devices to communicate information. MIDI connections can be used to connect synthesizers, electronic drum machines, sequencers, and so on.
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MIDI

MIDI (i; short for Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a technical standard that describes a protocol, digital interface and connectors and allows a wide variety of electronic musical instruments, computers and other related devices to connect and communicate with one another. A single MIDI link can carry up to sixteen channels of information...
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MIDI

(Musical Instrument Digital Interface) A communications standard for relaying information about a sound from an application or digital musical instrument to a synthesizer chip. MIDI commands contain all the information a sound board needs to reproduce the desired sound. MIDI is a specification for the types of control signals that can be sent from ...
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Midi

[adj] - (of women`s clothing 2. [n] - the south of France
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midi

adjective used of women`s clothing having a hemline at mid-calf; `midiskirts`; `wore her dresses midi length`
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Midi

A very large wine growing area in southwestern France, west of the mouth of the Rhone river on the Mediterranean, which supplies most of the vin ordinaire consumed by the French.
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MIDI

Acronym for musical instrument digital interface
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Midi

Acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, a standard adopted by the electronic music industr
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MIDI

an acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, an industry-standard way for electronic devices to communicate information. MIDI connections can be used to connect synthesizers, electronic drum machines, sequencers, and so on.
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MIDI

An acronym for the Musical Instrument Digital Interface, a standardized digital “language� that allows electronic musical instruments and computers to communicate with one another
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MIDI

An agreed standard for communication between electronic musical equipment such as synthesisers, samplers and other devices such as computers. The core function of the standard is to allow information describing musical peformance (which notes were played, how loud they should be, plus articulations such as 'bending' of notes or vibrato etc.) to be ...
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Midi

cultural region encompassing the southern French regions of Aquitaine, Languedoc, and Provence. The Midi is bounded by Spain and the Pyrenees to the ...
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Midi

Designation for the South France (Midi = south, lunch) or the low-lying, flat area on the Mediterranean coast between the Pyrenees, the Cevennes and the Rhone in the south west. Under this geographically not clearly defined collective term usually are the three big wine regions Languedoc , Roussillon and Provence understood. Occasionally, however, ...
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MIDI

Manufacturers' standard allowing different pieces of digital music equipment used in composing and recording to be freely connected. The information-sending device (any electronic instrument) is called a controller, and the reading device (such as a computer) the sequencer. Pitch, dynamics, decay rate, and stereo position can all be transmi...
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MIDI

Musical Instrument Digital Interface
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Midi

Musical Instrument Digital Interface - a defined standard for the physical link-up between musical instruments and controllers, and also the format of the data transmitted
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MIDI

Musical Instrument Digital Interface 'protocol' launched 1982 which allowed electronic instruments to 'talk' with each other digitally through three standardised ports which utilised the existing 'DIN' standard connector
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MIDI

Musical Instrument Digital Interface provides a standardized method for MIDI devices such as synthesizers, samplers, sound cards, etc. to communicate musical events and data to each other. See the MIDI Guide for a detailed explanation.
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MIDI

Musical Instrument Digital Interface, details ...
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MIDI

Musical Instrument Digital Interface; specification standardising interface between computers and musical synthesisers. Multi-channelled, each channel corresponds to an instrument or voice.
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MIDI

Musical Instrument Digital Interface: A computerized music file, often used on Web pages.
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MIDI

Musical Instrument Digital Interface.
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