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If you are new to MIDI or want to go over some basics, this is the best place to start.  

Here is where you'll find guides to understanding what MIDI is, what it's not and general information everyone who uses MIDI should know. 

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MIDI History
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Articles on MIDI 2.0

This section of resources covers stories about MIDI people and the stories behind MIDI products.  

Here you'll find  stories about MIDI history all the way from 850 AD to the present, interviews with MIDI artists and the people behind the MID products you use, the inside scoop on what the future holds for MIDI and much more. 

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This section of resources covers stories about MIDI people and the stories behind MIDI products.  

Here you'll find  stories about MIDI history all the way from 850 AD to the present, interviews with MIDI artists and the people behind the MID products you use, the inside scoop on what the future holds for MIDI and much more. 

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MIDI Artists

How do you connect your MIDI gear?

Do you use MIDI-5 pin Din, Serial Ports, Firewire, USB, Bluetooth Wireless, RTP-MIDI, or Web MIDI?

Just type in a few tags like the ones listed above and all the resources on the site for your MIDI connections will be displayed.

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

MPE is a method of using MIDI which enables multidimensional controllers to control multiple parameters of every note within MPE-compatible software. 

In normal MIDI, Channel-wide messages (such as Pitch Bend) are applied to all notes being played on a single MIDI Channel. In MPE, each note is assigned its own MIDI Channel so that those messages...
MPE is a method of using MIDI which enables multidimensional controllers to control multiple parameters of every note within MPE-compatible software. 

In normal MIDI, Channel-wide messages (such as Pitch Bend) are applied to all notes being played on a single MIDI Channel. In MPE, each note is assigned its own MIDI Channel so that those messages can be applied to each note individually.
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What do you control with MIDI?

Do you have MIDI Keyboards, Drums, DJ Gear, Guitars, Wind controllers, or alternate controllers.

Maybe your area of interest is MIDI lighting, show control or robotics. 

Just type a few key words into the search window  the site will display the resources available.

Software is one of the fastest growing areas of MIDI. 

What DAW software (Cubase, Logic, Performer, Pro Tools, Sonar, etc.) do you use?

How about mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, or Android ?  What about web sites that let you do notation, music production and synthesis in the cloud using Web MIDI. 

There are tons of MIDI utilities for helping...

Software is one of the fastest growing areas of MIDI. 

What DAW software (Cubase, Logic, Performer, Pro Tools, Sonar, etc.) do you use?

How about mobile apps for iPhone, iPad, or Android ?  What about web sites that let you do notation, music production and synthesis in the cloud using Web MIDI. 

There are tons of MIDI utilities for helping you do all sorts of different things with MIDI. 

Here is where you find articles on anything that is MIDI software. 

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What are you creating with MIDI?

Live Performances, Songs, Movie Scores, Music for Games ?

Maybe you are a DYI/Arduino/Maker creator or an app developer for Web MIDI, iOS or Android. 

By searching witha few keywords, it should be easy to find what you want.