Tag Archives: MIDI

RTFM? Gee, I’d love to…

One of the dubious benefits of being a music technology guru is that I have ridiculous numbers of high-end programs on my hard drive. After my fiasco earlier today trying to get Cubase to handle multi-output audio coming from VST … Continue reading

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Too Many Notes

It was 1983, or possibly the end of 1982. The first keyboard with MIDI, the Sequential Circuits Prophet-600, had just been released. The magazine where I worked (Keyboard) was keen to write about the new technology. So we prevailed upon … Continue reading

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Able Was I Ere I Saw Ableton

For complex reasons, I’ve decided to try switching to Ableton Live 7 as my primary sequencer. It’s a wonderful program in many respects … but I’m hoping that maybe in version 8 they’ll finally get MIDI right. Live started out … Continue reading

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