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Author: Young,Roger Brown,Martin Griese
ISBN: 0130802255
Language: English
Pages: 840 pages
Category: Programming
Publisher: Prentice Hall (November 3, 1997)
Rating: 4.2
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Roger James Brown (author), Martin Griese (author). Newtronic's Audio files - a professional set of sound files (two and four bar loops) for readers to produce their own tracks quickly and easily.

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With "The Midi Files", users can learn how to program drum patterns, guitars, bass, strings and brass sounds; use sequencer tricks; and try out unusual and experimental programming ideas.

Creator Roger James Brown and Martin Griese. First ed. published under title: Dance music programming secrets. Accompanying CD-ROM contains Newtronics MIDI files and audio files

Creator Roger James Brown and Martin Griese. Harlow, England ; New York : Prentice Hall, 2000. Accompanying CD-ROM contains Newtronics MIDI files and audio files. System requirements (CD-ROM): Macintosh- or PC-compatible. Originally published: 1996 - Dance music programming secrets. Originally published: 1997. Items Related By Call Number. Learn more about how browse works. You are browsing titles by their Library of Congress call number classification.

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The ultimate online resource for MIDI and WAV sample packs. Our ultra-powerful dance music workstation is a cutting-edge synth, with a huge ROM sound library and a vast collection of tried-and-tested track-ready royalty-free MIDI files in one glorious package

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Dance Music Programming Secrets book. Learn dance music programming from the world's top DJs and artists. - A complete guide to composing sophisticated dance music with the revolutionary Cubase sequencer. - CD-ROM includes dance masters' MIDI files, groove templates, mixer maps, settings files and much more. - Jungle, techno, garage, house, ambient hip-hop, and more. This is the first all-in-one guide to compos Learn dance music programming from the world's top DJs and artists.

With "The Midi Files", users can learn how to program drum patterns, guitars, bass, strings and brass sounds; use sequencer tricks; and try out unusual and experimental programming ideas. "Dance Music Programming Secrets" separates chapters for bass line and rhythm programming styles, and shows how to use Cubase's Logical Editor and IPS. It covers such areas as chords, echoes, arpeggios and quantization; the mixing desk, EQ and effects; the secrets of getting creations distributed and sold; and the Internet's Midi and dance resources.
Comments (7)
Mr.Twister
I've made a large number of midi files via the trial and error method and used them regularly in live performances. But, until now, I could not find a good book telling me how to make better, more professional, midi's. Some "midi manuals" gave a few tips, but were mostly devoted to a general overview of midi music. The Midi Files gives an excellent intro to basic midi knowledge, but it then goes on to provide a wealth of practical information on how to actually produce better files. Be sure you get a copy with the floppy disk that comes with the book. It has dozens of examples of how the techniques sound when properly applied. The book references the floppy's examples and is just a great tool to get you producing better files, starting with the channel headers and going right through the various techniques to the final entries on the channels. If, like me, you are someone with a little bit of knowledge looking for clear assistance on how to make better files, this is the best book I have found to date (November 2008). This is the only book I have found with this range and depth of practical advice, examples, and background explanation. I almost let the 1996 copyright date throw me off but I am glad I didn't because this is a far better book than the books I have purchased that were printed in 2005 and 2007. Scott.
Hinewen
Great book but hard to find a used copy that hasn't lost the 3.5 inch floppy disk with the sample MIDI files. And even if the disk is included, who still has a computer with a 3.5 inch floppy disk drive? I sure don't, so I had to take my diskette in to the local computer repair place and have them burn the data onto a CD for me. What do you do if you get a copy of the book without the disk or if you're unable to read the data because your computer can't handle a 3.5 inch floppy disk? Simple. Contact me and I will promptly email the MIDI files to you, no charge, good karma and all that, one musician to another. Decode the following and you'll find me: mike underscore feeney at hotmail dot com. BTW, please put The Midi Files as the subject so I don't delete your email accidentally out of my spam folder. mjf
Monam
I was amazed to see how thorough this book is on MIDI. There is a good introduction section, but there are lots of those types of books. What differentiates this book from other titles is the author's practical approach to working with MIDI, including a number of .mid examples you can listen to while reading the book (very professional sound). The tutorial is very thorough, and although I have not completed it yet, appears to be well structured.
A must for any MIDI aficiando !
Brajind
I just wanted to say thank you. Thank you for publishing this book, "The Midi Files", by Rob Young. I'm just past 40 years of age. I've been working with computers my whole life. I've been a musician longer than that. But I only recently took the plunge into Midi. And it was hopeless. I couldn't make head or tails out of the documentation that came with either the synthesiser or the sequencer. I have always been able to pick things up on my own, with the help of the manuals. It wasn't happening. I was really getting down about it.
But then I remembered I'd bought this book.And man, what a book.It is such a good book I can hardly believe it. It really saved my life. Not only does Mr. Young show a great understanding, technically, of the MIDI standard and its various interpretations in hardware and software, and of the pitfalls that we new MIDI exploresrs will be faced with. But he does it all with such amazing musical sense too.
So I don't know what else to say. Thanks. From my heart. This foray into the MIDI world really means alot to me. I've been thinking about it and planning on it for a long time. I've been needing and wanting to get back to music, especial composition, and this was how I was going to do it. When I finally went for it, and then it was going so badly, I was really down on myself. I felt stupid. I thought maybe I was too old for this. But then this book, this one simple book, changed everything. It finally helped me to unlock the door. I still have a long way to go. But at least I'm developing. I'm so appreciative, it's hard to express it. But I hope I have done so, in some small way.
Gabar
You've read about how MIDI works. You've made a General MIDI or two. Sounds okay, but... not as good as some you've heard... sounds that are bolder, brassier, cleaner, more punch. How do they do that? Learn from this book and you'll be they. Rob Young is a MIDI pro. He shares HUNDREDs of tips from years of experience, in an easy-going style that belies his expertise. Technical detail? Enough for starters. How to make instruments (bass, sax, drums) play more like the real thing. Stuff you'll skim through the first time, then come back to appreciate again and again. CC's? SYSEX? Detailed with care. Many example screens from a typical modern sequencer are included as illustrations. Tucked inside the back cover: a floppy with 50+ example files in GM format (playable in any sequencer) so you can *hear* the techniques and *see* how it's done. The tunes are too elevator for my tastes (ultra-commercial and non-experimental), but the methods apply to all genres. Oh and, uh... keep it under your synth, okay?
Morlurne
If you are in to making your own music and have anything to do with MIDI, you need this book (in addition to Yamaha's Sound Reinforcement Handbook and QUE's Upgrading and Repairing PCs,if using a PC.)
It gives easy-to-understand information and really explains how to improve what you are doing with your sequencer. The only thing I wish it had was more examples and info on possible gear setups and different master/slave configurations. (I have 4 modules, and am always looking for the best way to set up my system.) Nevertheless, the book has great tips about setting up your sequencer, and practical advise that will help anyone who really doesn't understand MIDI to gain a solid understanding. Since reading this, I am not as intimidated by some of my sequencer's options (event menu)and have been able to really understand what is going on with my MIDI.