Step entering is time consuming, but worth it. We'll do one intstrument/measure at a time and match it up to the recording. The easy way out is to copy and paste verse 1 or chorus 1 to chorus 2...but that's not enough. In a song, each verse and chorus have a uniqueness...if just slightly..so we'll touch it up from there. Fadeouts are accomplished by using a string of #11 controllers (expression). That way, if a fadeout is not wanted, the controller events can simply be removed. If your soundcard or device doesn't support #11, replace it with 37 (volume). Controller 11 is better for fadeouts because it fades each track independant of it's volume level. When it's done, it's released, but only after we're fully satisfied with the result. But we don't stop there.
It is given a version number and occasionally, we'll go back and make adjustments. (ever paint a picture and look back at it months later and say "this can be better?") At that point, it gets a new version number and is re-released. A MIDI is never truly finished.
We feel the extra time involved is worth it. We hope you do think so too.
- I am a sequencer. Can I send you my work for inclusion on your site?
- What is CYBERMIDI Select and how to they differ from CYBERMIDIs?
- Do CYBERMIDIs have fadeouts? I require ending for my performances.
- What controller messages are used in CYBERMIDIs?
- What MIDI standard does CYBERMIDI use?
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