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    • 1.

      Why are ringtones so popular?

      by Roman - 2007-04-09
      Chalk it up to three main reasons:1. Image. To everyone in earshot, your ringtone broadcasts a little bit about who you are . . . or who you'd like them to think you are. 2. Instant identification....
    • 2.

      Don't Let your Pocket Restrict your Love for Music

      by Sarika Kabra - 2007-04-19
      From the rhythmic South American Samba beats, the melodic concerts of Yiaani, the evergreen compositions of Beethoven, or the hugely popular foot-tapping Indian Punjabi music, music binds the world li...
    • 3.

      How To Play Bass Pedals (one Octave)

      by Michael David Shaw - 2007-04-22
      If you play the organ then you are probably familiar with bass pedals. They are also available as separate units and are known as MIDI bass pedals and you can use them with any keyboard that has MIDI ...
    • 4.

      Midi Sequencers: The Brain Of Your Home Recording Studio

      by Bob Miles - 2007-05-22
      A MIDI sequencer is a device that records a song that you play on a MIDI instrument (or series of instruments) and uses the recorded data to play these instruments the same way that you did when you r...
    • 5.

      Modifying Your Midi Composition Using A Sequencer

      by Bob Miles - 2007-05-22
      Once you have recorded your musical composition onto a MIDI sequencer, what next? Well, you may have noticed some mistakes in your playing that you want to correct. Or you may want to change the compo...
    • 6.

      How Does A Music Synthesizer Work?

      by Bobby Carnes - 2007-05-24
      A music synthesizer makes sounds by using an electrical circuit as an oscillator to create and vary the frequency of sounds in order to produce different pitches. As long as the pitch is within the ra...
    • 7.

      Standardization Of Midi Technology Under The General Midi (gm) Standard

      by Bob Miles - 2007-05-24
      The problems that electronic musicians faced with playing their compositions on equipment made by different manufacturers was a serious one in the 1980s. Hook up a MIDI Controller made by one manufact...
    • 8.

      Musical Instrument Digital Interface - The MIDI Trinity

      by Bob Miles - 2007-05-27
      Officially, MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, and it was invented in 1982. These days, it refers to three components:1. A physical connector - between electronic instruments and be...
    • 9.

      Sound Mechanism and Components of a Synthesizer

      by Victor Epand - 2007-11-15
      Different instruments produce sound due to different mechanisms. As regards to flute when the air is blown inside a hollow pipe Timbre, Pitch and Volume of a Synthesizer, which has openings around it,...
    • 10.

      Sight Reading Studio musical software

      by Data Recovery Freeware - 2007-12-10
      Data Recovery Freeware has announced Sight Reading Studio is a one of a kind program that will help you to learn to read music very quickly. Only since the invention of the computer and midi key...