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The latest MIDI news and product releases plus archives of  The MIDI Association's monthly newsletter- The MIDI Message.

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The MIDI Message, Press Releases

2015 China Web Audio/MIDI Application & Innovation Contest

​ August 2015 -- This contest is a joint partnership between CMIA, MMA, Google, and AMEI, to sponsor the promotion of web based music and audio application development and innovations, by leveraging the latest development in web audio APIs and web MIDI APIs, to develop new products and services, and creating more business opportunities for the musi...
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Google Web Audio/MIDI Hackathon at Music China 2015

Google Web Audio/MIDI Hackathon at Music China 2015
A special Web Audio/MIDI Hackathon was organized for web developers by Google at the Google Shanghai office. More than 70 developers from across China, from as far as Beijing and Zhangjiakou in northern China, and even a developer from the Netherlands, came to attend the event, which was lead by Ryoya Kawai and Encai Liu of Yamaha, to train the dev...
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The MIDI Association Forms Prestigious Advisory Groups

The MIDI Association (TMA), a global community of people who use MIDI to create music and art, has been founded with the goals of providing education for existing users, as well as creating new music makers by promoting the creative possibilities of connecting digital musical instruments, MIDI controllers, smart phones, tablets and computers. To fu...
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MIDI Manufacturers Investigate HD Protocol

January 2015 The MMA Executive Board at the Winter NAMM show in Anaheim CA held a meeting of prospective developers to discuss possible procedures for bringing HD Products to market. The Board noted that the additional options possible with the proposed HD Protocol could make product interoperability more challenging to achieve, and require signifi...
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