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Lesson 16 – USB, MIDI and Electronic Music
At the Recording Connection Audio Institute, you will learn one on one inside a real recording studio from a professional audio engineer or music producer.
You will take 20 lessons at a pace of one lesson per week, from our structured course curriculum.
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Lesson 16 Synopsis - USB, MIDI and Electronic Music
The keyboard synthesizer came more widely into use among musicians and within the recording industry back in the early 1980s—a factor which radically changed production and recording styles for a lot of projects. This lesson will explore the continually expanding field of electronic music, a fairly extensive area of knowledge with which any modern audio engineer should be well-acquainted. This part of the music industry is definitely the technology of the future, and there is enough work in the field of digital and electronic music that many studios choose to make it a full-time specialty. As you study the technological aspects of audio with the text and with your instructor, you might even find yourself drawn to specialize in this area.
This lab lesson will focus on the following:
MIDI cable hook-up
- Daisy chain Computer interface
- MIDI channel
- MIDI ports- In, Out, Through
- Computer Based
- Editing – piano roll, event list, notation
- Cable & channel routing
- Music printing
- Stand alone workstations
- Keyboard workstations
- Rewire into Pro Tools
- Patch data
- Setup parameters
- Sample dump, etc.
Supplemental Videos for Lesson 16
Studio Tip 16A
Studio Tip 16B