First, you’ll learn about what MIDI is. Next, you’ll understand why MIDI is such a powerful tool when combining it with your Digital Audio Workstation.
WHAT IS MIDI FILE?
Unlike audio files : MP3, WAV… a MIDI file contains a set of instructions. An example is a tempo, note length, note placement, velocity, etc. The files take up very little space unlike audio & are extremely versatile as they can be used within any DAW (FL Studio, Ableton Live, Logic Pro X, Cubase, Pro Tools, Reason, Reaper, Garage Band, Cakewalk, Mixcraft & all others).
Since the past MIDI was a popular format used for transferring music amongst arrangers, synth sound programmers, musicians and producers.
5 REASONS WHY USING MIDI FILES ?
Music Producers can use MIDI FILES for Education (Music Theory – Music Composition – Chord Structure – Song Arrangement). If they want to learn how an existing song was made, they can also get a MIDI and analyse each part to understand how the original composer made the music in the final product.
Music Producers who are looking to get inspirations and learn new ideas from others. MIDI PACKS serve as a starting point that can give confidence to undertake bigger projects.
MIDI PACKS really inspire people and help them when struggling with writer’s block. Some Music producers use MIDI FILES because they want a more organic and real sounding since our collection here on Loopy Melody are recorded with velocity.
MIDI PACK is a faster and more efficient way to support and enhance your creative process.
MIDI Packs are an excellent resource for new music producers.
HOW TO USE MIDI FILES IN A DAW :
Simply drag and drop to your DAW’s piano roll (MIDI Sequencer).
The PROS OF USING MIDI PACKS :
Makes you a great producer even if you don’t know music theory at all.
Edit and apply changes to your music however you want.
MIDI files are very small in size and don’t take up much hard drive space.
MIDI Packs are a great way to kick start your creativity.