Just about every keyboard nowadays comes with a MIDI interface. What can you do with it? Well, there are two reasons for a keyboard to connect to a computer. 1. You can record your own song and save it as a MIDI file or as a wave file. You can also import multiple tracks and gradually build up an entire orchestra. 2. You can drive through this connection a MIDI synthesizer software and thus expand its vast sonic possibilities. Through a MIDI connection no music is transferred, but so-called MIDI commands. Note-On for example, means that a note should be played with a certain pitch and volume. On note-off, the sound is switched off again. About Change Program, the sound changed, etc. So that the computer can do with these commands something, he needs a program that converts these commands into sound. A synthesizer or sequencer. The "Keyboard Synthesizer" is such a program. It contains 16 oscillators, which can build up an infinite number of combinations of sounds. He also has 3 LFO modulators, 16 envelope generators and 8 virtual effects processors. It can be played by a MIDI keyboard or by MIFI files. MIDI files are electronical notesheets, which are available for nearly all music pieces ever has been written. Just google "free midi files".
Price USD0
License Free
File Size 19.53 MB
Version 1.0
Operating System Windows XP Windows Windows Vista