Flashcards in MIDI Deck (22):
What does MIDI stand for?
Musical Instrument Digital Interface
What is the purpose of MIDI?
MIDI is an electronic language that sends information telling digital instruments (e.g. synthesisers) what to play and how to play it.
Which CC event is CC1?
Which CC event is CC7?
Which CC event is CC10?
Which CC event is CC43?
Which CC event is CC64?
Which CC event is CC91?
Which CC event is CC93?
Name a few General MIDI ‘Patches’
Drums, brush, power, piano, organ, bass, ensemble, Reed, analogue, orchestral, guitar, strings, brass, pipe, synth lead, synth fx, ethnic, synth pad, percussive, orch hit
Which CC event is CC65?
How many tracks can you record using GM?
What does GM stand for?
How many instruments does general MIDI have?
Using general MIDI which track is saved solely for the Drums?
Name 5 of the main MIDI controllers
4. Pitch bend
What does the MIDI controller ‘velocity’ do?
Controls the volume of the individual notes
Why was General MIDI created?
To develop a standard between manufacturers of MIDI products
True or false. MIDI generates data but no sound?
True or false. MIDI can be used to synchronise different hardware devices?
In MIDI terms what does CC stand for?