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Programming a MIDI synthesizer and having it play back music on demand, without necessarily having to play a piano keyboard, became known as sequencing. Computers of the mid-1980s could be used to record, edit, and display MIDI data, even though multitrack audio recording on PCs was still a few years away. In particular, the Atari ST, with its built-in MIDI sockets, proved very popular with electronic artists and spawned whole new genres of music. Later in that decade, sampling sequencers like Akai s MPC range of embedded devices became essential tools for hip-hop and dance music producers. These limited data requirements mean that obsolete PCs and low-powered embedded systems are still good for fun with MIDI, when GNU/Linux and Free Software have been installed. Conventionally, MIDI networks use a ring topology, so you can chain together multiple devices and trigger them all from the same sequencer. To avoid clashes between instruments, 16 MIDI channels are available; according to the General MIDI standard, drum instruments are usually triggered on channel 10. General MIDI dictates specific types of sounds for specific program-change messages, with a piano sound being the first of 128 instrument presets. It enables a MIDI file created on one machine to sound similar when played back on another; but unless you need this type of compatibility, it s not compulsory to use General MIDI presets.
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