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MIDI is an abbreviation for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, which designates the standard protocol for communication between electronic instruments and equipment with MIDI implementation. This has proven to be of particular interest within electroacoustic music in the areas of sequencing, triggering and controlling. MIDI Devices allow for the sending and receiving of MIDI protocol messages. MIDI Interfaces enable MIDI instrument connection to a computer, which allows for computer control of other MIDI equipment. MIDI Controllers are potentiometers or other means available on MIDI synthesizers, which can be used to influence sonic parameters through MIDI messages e.g., a breath or foot controller, modulation wheel.


See also:

Pitch-to-MIDI, Pitch-tracking




- Digital Creation with Sounds and Music: Create ( English , French )
- Digital Music online course: MIDI and Sequencers ( English )
- Introduction à l’histoire et à l’esthétique des musiques électroacoustiques: Session 2 - Une nouvelle lutherie ( French )
- Introduction à l’histoire et à l’esthétique des musiques électroacoustiques: Session 6 - De la musique mixte à l’interactivité ( French )



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Prager, Jonathan, Coppe, Dimitri (2005). Acousmaxi ou acousmini ? Motus, mais pas bouche cousue...
Pressing, Jeff (1990). Cybernetic Issues in Interactive Performance Systems
Puckette, Miller (1994). Is There Life After MIDI?
Puckette, Miller (2002). Max at Seventeen
Risset, Jean-Claude (1999c). Évolution des outils de création sonore
Rowe, Robert (1993). Interactive Music Systems: Machine Listening and Composing
Rowe, Robert (1995). Incrementally Improving Interactive Music Systems
Sapir, Sylviane (2002). Gestural Control of Digital Audio Environments
Schrader, Barry (1991). Live/Electro-acoustic Music - a Perspective from History and California
Stiegler, Bernard, Dessy, Jean-Paul, Franck, Philippe (2003). Le train. Sur quelques enjeux et (r)évolutions des musiques d’aujourd’hui
Stockhausen, Karlheinz (1996). Electroacoustic Performance Practice
Szendy, Peter (1998). Temps réel
Vidalenc, Jean-Luc (1990). L’acoustigloo. Le système de diffusion
Yavelow, Christopher (1986). The Impact of MIDI upon Compositional Methodology
Zicarelli, David (2002). How I Learned to Love a Program That Does Nothing