Collection: MIDI Interface Decoder Catalogue

MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a technical standard that allows electronic musical instruments, computers, and other devices to communicate and synchronize with each other. It was developed in the early 1980s to standardize communication between electronic musical instruments, such as synthesizers, drum machines, and sequencers.

The MIDI interface uses a digital signal to transmit messages that represent musical notes, pitch, velocity, duration, and other parameters. These messages can be used to control sound generation, sequencing, and other musical functions. MIDI is widely used in music production, live performances, and other applications that involve electronic musical instruments. It allows musicians to create and manipulate music in real-time and enables the use of software-based instruments and effects. MIDI is a versatile and flexible interface that can be used with a wide range of electronic musical instruments and devices.