Comment from: Tyra Shortino [Visitor]
Practicing a piece using a MIDI file is inexpensive, and the finished product may be made to sound as good as one recorded in a studio. Even though new formats are becoming more popular, it’s amazing that the old MIDI format is still used today.
Comment from: Rodney 'B' [Visitor]
Hey man your take on using midi files this way is right on point I use them as an electronic flake book some time for the jazz files & R&B. Our band use it for reheasal and as live backing tracks for live performance muting instrument parts and leaving strings or horns sections parts for a full sound effect with an metronome line out to the drummer. Some sequencers take liberties to the original recordings but more than often they are arrange such as a live band would play it with a new take on it and they can give you a good live feel to the midi file. Great article on” You don’t have to be a solo act to use midi files".
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