Desktop Recording Studio

Derene, Glenn
February 2010
Popular Mechanics;Feb2010, Vol. 187 Issue 2, p97
In this article the author offers information on basic concepts that are helpful in considering digital music production software and plug-in instruments. As stated, the musical instrument digital interface (MIDI) is a standardized language that helps instruments to digitally communicate with computers over interfaces such as fireWire. The author also discusses information related to multitrack recording, loops that explain the process of music creation, and electronic musical instruments.


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