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Arduino Would be a latency free and simple solution, given the Arduino MIDI library. However, I am not sure you can receive from a device and send to another using USB-MIDI. Using a board with several Serial ports would work, but you need to convert your USB-MIDI signal to a "plain MIDI" with a DIN5 cable… And then the other way around… Pi You can run a ...


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Just answering a part of your question: I am under the impression that MIDI is a communication protocol for devices, not necessarily having to do with the sounds those devices make That is correct. Sort of. MIDI in its original form basically is a protocol that allows you to say, in a device-independent, abstract way: "Please, play note 43 with velocity ...


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Presonus Faderport is one such device. Slap it in MIDI mode and map it in however you'd like. That process will differ depending on your DAW but any of the major ones support this I looked into building my own motorized fader control surface at one point years ago... it's not even that difficult to DIY, I just never had the time. So you're definitely not ...


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Yes, it's correct that there is a MIDI standard which relates to your question, but what you are talking about predates MIDI and has more to do with the history of sample-based keyboard instruments. The MIDI 1.0 Specification was published in 1985, but didn't include specific instrument voices like you are talking about, and was only an abstract ...


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Yes, MIDI is primarily a communications protocol. But it also includes specifications for the General MIDI sound set. 128 sounds. Here they are, with their Program Change numbers. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/General_MIDI#Piano It wasn't ALL that long ago that sound files were unmanageably large for sending over the internet. So a lot of music was ...


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As far as I'm aware, Yamaha themselves never released a style editor to the public. I haven't worked there for 20 years, but I don't think that has changed in the intervening period. I used to, in the 90s, actually make these things for a living ;-) I was part of Yamaha's writing & mixing/editing team who made the internal styles & a lot of the ...


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You need one of these and you need one of these cables because audacity cannot record midi. https://www.adorama.com/beuca202.html?utm_source=adl-gbase https://www.zzounds.com/item--HOSTRS?siid=110444&gclid=CjwKCAjwwYP2BRBGEiwAkoBpAmdvmbab4d8v2FZPXP6SQZ_JrWxnLKeH9iD7sqFhLrTmh4OIsiPWoxoClzUQAvD_BwE


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This plugin should work: (s. my comment above) Split Point One Staff For use with Sibelius 4 and Sibelius 4.1 Split Point One Staff processes two staves. It moves notes on or above the split point to one staff, and notes below the split point to the other staff. Usually the high notes go to the top staff, but you can choose to have them go to the bottom ...


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The delta time is measured in ticks. If a delta time is zero, then this message is to be sent at the same time as (immediately after) the preceding message. (Please note that a note-on message with a velocity of zero is actually a note-off.) The file header specifies the number of ticks per beat, and the tempo messages specify the length of a beat, in ...


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