First-time ever Midi Accordion controlling Hammond Organ played (with bass lines on the buttons!) by JON HAMMOND Blues Band at JAZZKELLER Frankfurt. With sponsorship from Philip Morris, Jon was able to fly guitarist BARRY FINNERTY in from New York. Joined by DERRICK JAMES (alto sax), ALAIN NAU (drums), UWE GEHRING aka WESLEY G (guitar). Mixed live (under the piano with some guy blowing cigar smoke in his face) JOE BERGER. *special thanks: SENNHEISER Microphones, Hammond Suzuki, EUGEN HAHN Jazzkeller. **Note: Guitarist HERB ELLIS was sitting next to bandstand in front during Frankfurt Musikmesse. Jon Hammond plays Excelsior Accordions & Hammond Organs *Official site: *******www.jonhammondband**** c)2007
*******live.pirillo**** - I have always loved MIDI files, absolutely LOVE them. There is a way cool new application that will allow you to play MIDI files, and instrumentize them. This free program just blows me away. It's fun, and keeps me occupied for hours.
Received my new Electronic MIDI instrument controller called the Ztar last week.
Starting to get to grips with it, but it still takes some adjustment of your normal guitar technique. Legato tapping skills come in handy!
Playing with a Rhodes sound, trying to keep it funky.
This is the Z7-s model and has custom extras such as the Joystick, Touch sensitive Neck Strip and USB cable option... (more)
This is an excerpt from a full length DVD available at www.ProAudioDVDs****.
Host David Wills has toured with major artists such as Michael Jackson, Phil Collins, Whitney Houston, Chicago and Diana Ross and provides you with a professional's perspective but always demonstrated in an informal, easy to understand way.
Here's a complete listing of the subjects that are covered...
02:30 What is MIDI?
07:10 Components of a MIDI Keyboard
09:10 Conecting up a MIDI Studio
11:50 MIDI Channels
33:15 Types of MIDI Information
34:00 ...Note On
37:45 ...Pitch Bend
38:35 ...Channel Pressure
39:45 ...Continuous Controllers
41:15 ...Program Change
41:55 ...Channel Message Review
44:15 System Messages
49:30 MIDI info examples
(Understanding Samplers and Sampling)
02:20 What is a Sampler?
03:50 Resolution/Sampling Rates
10:05 Recording your first Sample
10:40 Setting up
16:50 Techniques to conserve memory
18:00 Changing the sample rate
18:45 Velocity Cross Fading/Switching
20:35 Patch/Program Editing Examples
24:10 Inside Your Sampler
25:15 Editing using Filters/Amps
27:15 Destructive Edits
28:00 Sample Rate Convert
28:20 Time Stretching
28:40 Recording Phrases
29:35 Looping a Phrase
31:15 Syncing Loop Tempos
33:50 Production Applications
*******live.pirillo**** - I love to play with my new TENORI-ON. However, I've been having trouble finding a way to sync the music from the TENORI-ON to my computer, so I can save it out as a Midi file. The TENORI-ON comes with Midi cables, so all I needed was the software to make it happen.
FL Studio Using a Midi Controller
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*******www.agiprodj****/stanton-scs3d/ [866-PRO-MIXX] DJ Ty gives us a quick look at Stanton's new sub-$250, touch sensitive MIDI controller and Traktor Scratch/Studio.
*******www.agiprodj****/stanton-scs3d/ [866-PRO-MIXX] DJ Ty gives us an overview of Stanton's new sub-$250 touch-sensitive MIDI controller running Serato Scratch Live
*******www.agiprodj****/stanton-scs3d/ [866-PRO-MIXX] DJ Ty shows us the LOOPING feature using Stanton's new sub-$250 touch sensitive MIDI controller with Serato Scratch Live.
*******www.agiprodj****/stanton-scs3d/ [866-PRO-MIXX] DJ Ty shows us how to use Stanton's new DaScratch MIDI Controller to bot set and trigger hot cues/cue points in Serato Scratch Live. The DaScratch costs under $250.