MIDI sequencer


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MIDI sequencer

A hardware device or software application that allows for the composition, editing and playback of MIDI sound sequences. Media player applications can play MIDI sound files, but creating and modifying MIDI files requires a sequencer.
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During the mid-1990s, MIDI sequencers added the capability to record digital audio and were referred to as digital audio workstations (Ballora 2003).
The pianists performed each melody three times, and the nine performances were performed on an electric piano that interfaced with a computer and MIDI sequencer.
0 from Musicator A/V is a notation-based MIDI sequencer that creates, plays back and prints music comprised of up to 32 tracks.
today announced the release of Music Write 2000 - Professional Edition, a powerful new software tool that integrates music notation with a full-featured MIDI sequencer.