THE FIRST part consists of reminders tration on REPRESENTATIVES numrique information (the Midi D) and phnomnes acoustic (the first I Midi).
It contains also the gnralits on the evolution of the musical instrument during these last years, and an introduction to the principles of interfaage (the I second the Midi).
The PART TWO is a thorough study of the standard Midi, both hardware and software. The set of messages is subject to scrutiny, tration and practice.
Finally, and troisime dernire part deals with the Midi hardware, multiple applications linked to it (instruments, squenceurs, synchronization, etc.). But also the standard additions DIFFERENT such as the Midi Files, MTC and formats GM / GS.
PART ONE: Basic Elementals
1) REPRESENTATIVES numrique information (about 25 p)
Basics on systems binary and hexadecimal
2) The instrument of music and its evolution (about 25 p)
Physical description of sound, Fourier law, codification of your playing
4) SPECIFICATIONS software du Midi - the language (about 140 p)
All of the standard messages, status and give, to screen passs
PART THREE: hardware, applications, extensions standard
5) The instruments of the musician Midi (about 80 p)
Gnrateurs sound and synthse DIFFERENT types (analog, FM Sampling ...), ...
6) Recording Midi: the squenceurs (approx. 120 p)
Basic principles, standard configurations, connections, functions edition, and format squence Midi Files ...
7) Recording and synchronization (approx. 90 p)
Messages clock, SMPTE, MIDI Time Code, typical configurations ...
8) The standard GM and GS format (about 70 p)
The General Midi through the menu, and sign extension Roland, the GS.
Volume II (680p):
Going through the first volume, the reader will familiaris Elementals with notions of good comprhension linformatique music (acoustic, binary and hexadecimal Systmes, bill linstrument music electronics, etc..), then for discovering the basic messages of the standard, and their implementation in dapplications centers around lenregistrement Midi (squence, synchronization, standard GM GS format ...).
This second volume addresses him as the most mconnus aspects of the South, starting with lanalyse Retailer, programming and exclusive messages Exploitation: publishers / Librarian, shipping time r el of Settings, total recall from Midi dun dune configuration squenceur ..., examples and listings lPress. Then review and comment in their intgralit standard extensions such as the Sample Dump Standard, Midi Show Control and MIDI Machine Control.
9) Management and Midi edition devices (about 400 p)
All messages on exclusive content and structure of memory (units of measure, ROM and RAM, operating system and updates, memory structure, buffer edition, syntaxes in use by Yamaha , Roland, Korg ...), and dump dump request, syntax in use among the leading manufacturers, storage formats and transmission of the data, individual posts paramtres, checksum and give the intgrit , dump utilities, publishers / Librarian, total recall, Sample Dump Standard, many examples of applications and programming (a Hammond organ in FM synthse from Cubase, the program changes the keyboard, and total squenceur recall, etc.)..
10) The Midi Show Control (about 30 p)
Syntax of messages, commands, and give associated
11) The Midi Machine Control (approx. 120 p)
Syntax of messages, format of the data, commands, rponses, implementation and applications, implementation of MMC Akai DR8 ...
12) The XG format (about 130 p)
The extension Yamaha General Midi, gnralits, message list ...