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- MIDI 2.0 Presentation Nov 19, 2019 -

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Audio Developer Conference at CodeNode 10 South Pl, London EC2M 7EB Tuesday November 19, 2019 16:00 - 16:50.

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We'll explain the current state of MIDI 2.0 specifications, and provide new detail of specifications to be completed soon. This will include brief reviews of MIDI-CI, Profile Configuration and Property Exchange. The focus will be the new MIDI 2.0 Protocol, with some details of the MIDI 2.0 packet and message designs and how MIDI-CI is used to achieve maximum interoperability with MIDI 1.0 and MIDI 2.0 devices. There will be little time for Q&A, but we'd love to talk shop with you at the MIDI table in the main hall.
The presenters, Mike Kent with the MIDI Manufacturers Association,  Brett Porter lead engineer for Art + Logic and Florian Borners founder of Borne Software,  are key architects of the MIDI 2.0 specifications in the MIDI Manufacturers Association.

https://adc19.sched.com/event/T1Jv/introduction-to-midi-20?utm_source=ActiveCampaign&utm_medium=email&utm_content=MIDI+Goes+Wireless+and+to+ADC&utm_campaign=October+2019+Newsletter#

 

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3 hours ago, craigb said:

I'm waiting for 3.1.1 - MIDI for Workgroups. 😁

@craigb   MIDI 1 was introduced in 1983 and MIDI 2 in 2019.  That's  36 years so you may want to jump on the bandwagon sooner then later.  🤣 

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it is amazing how the MIDI spec has lasted and served us well for all these years.

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19 minutes ago, InstrEd said:

it is amazing how the MIDI spec has lasted and served us well for all these years.

Its definitely the most successful open standard I've ever come across - I guess VST 2 comes a close second. But the vast majority of open standards are widely (mis)interpreted by different corporations... all wanting to do things slightly differently.

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