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What do you mean by "pluck"? Why does it need to trigger the note again? I'm assuming you mean the change in sound the slide through a fret induces. I'm thinking about the dynamics of the slide, and it doesn't really make much sense to simulate it as a new note on. I think it makes more sense to think about it as a change in the current sound, and not as a ...


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I'm not completely sure I understand what is happening but I have experienced similar things before. If you are trying to slide into a note, you could use an adjacent note bending into it. So if you are sliding up to a G, instead of using the pitch bend to have the G start flat and bend up, you could use an F# starting sharp and bend that up toward G, then ...


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That's pretty common. My synth does that, too. Overlapping notes is a grey area in midi. But most synths do perform an implicit noteoff when a noteon comes along on that channel. If you want it to stay on, put them on seperate channels. That'll usually do the trick. Midi is primarily meant for piano. And you find lots of notation that shows a chord ...


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The player says at the bottom in red "Flash Created By "My Music" Developers in partnership with Musipedia". This links to http://joshkoo.comp.nus.edu.sg/mymusic/ which is no longer available, but I would guess that's supposed to link to a page indicating "Josh Koo" is the guy that created the player. The reason it sounds like a piano is probably that it ...


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Both MIDI and USB have some (very small) delays inherent in the protocol, but a device cannot affect those. For practical purposes, all USB MIDI interfaces have the same latency. To reduce the overall latency, you would have to look at the software synthesizer and the playback audio driver.


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I believe that you are looking for a software synthesizer, aka soft synth software that receives MIDI data and outputs audio data. You may also need to consider the midi usb software driver software the software that allows one to send/recieve MIDI data across the USB interface and allow it to get to the synthesizers. In hardware this type of thing may be ...


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if you want to record and do professional stuffs you go for : DAW (digital audio workstation) , music sequencer or midi sequencer. if you want just play your instrument easily without recording and good sound quality you need to go for : standalone VST (or VSTi) , for example "standalone piano vst". also you can use these VSTs as a plugin in your DAW or ...


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What you are looking for is a "MIDI Sequencer" or more general a "Music Sequencer". The following is a quote from Wikipedia for "Music Sequencer": "A music sequencer (or simply sequencer) is a device or application software that can record, edit, or play back music, by handling note and performance information in several forms, typically MIDI or ...


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Well, there's my little pet project you could try out. http://pianocheetah.com It's geared to help you out with piano practice, but also has a built in softsynth. Try it out and email me with any questions you come across.



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