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

Older MMA Press Releases-1996-1998

Industry Players Agree on Common Format for Wavetable Synthesis (10/98) ​At the 45th meeting of the Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG), audio experts reached agreement on a common format for creating sounds with the popular "wavetable synthesis" technique. The agreement merges the best features of different specifications promoted by the MIDI Manu...
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The Taxonomy of Arpeggiator/LFO Sync

The Taxonomy of Arpeggiator/LFO Sync
An explanation of issues to consider for syncing hardware devices (LauterZEIT website). lauterZEIT - Taxonomy of Arpeggiator and LFO Sync http://lauterzeit.com/arp_lfo_seq_sync/
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About Web MIDI

About Web MIDI
The Web MIDI API connects your MIDI gear directly to your browser. Your browser connects you to the rest of the world. MIDI hardware support has been available for a long time in Windows, Mac OS, iOS and most computer/tablet/smart phone platforms through USB, WiFi and even Bluetooth interfaces. But until now, there has been no standard mechani...
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2015 China Web Audio/MIDI Application & Innovation Contest

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​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 music...
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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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