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Karaoke comes from the Japanese word ‘kara’ and ‘one’, meaning ‘empty’ and ‘orchestra’. A karaoke performance can be termed a ‘virtual’ performance, in that a person can walk up to the stage and start singing without the aid of a live band. Karaoke machines provide that music. In a karaoke performance, the voice of the original singer is reduced in volume or is totally absent. Generally, there is a display of the song’s lyrics, as well as psychedelic color changes that are coordinated with the music.  

MIDI is used to generate ring tones in mobile phones. MIDI ring tones sound far better because they are polyphonic (play more than one note at one time) and because they use music synthesizers which produce a wider variety of sounds than possible before.




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When you use MIDI to make music, you aren't limited to playing just one instrument. No matter what sort of MIDI Controller (keyboard, guitar, wind, drums, etc.) you actually use, you can make it sound like just about any instrument you can imagine (and some that are only in your imagination). Most digital pianos and other MIDI instruments come with hundreds of different sounds (pianos, trumpets, violins, guitars, basses and more) which you can play yourself or play via a MIDI sequencer to create fully orchestrated music.

Another essential status byte is the Patch Convert byte. This requires only one additional byte: the number corresponding to the program number on the synthesizer. The patch number facts is different for each synthesizer, and the standards have been establish by the International MIDI Association (IMA). Channel selection is extremely helpful when sending Patch Convert commands to a synthesizer.
The SysEx status byte is the most powerful and least understood of all the status bytes on account of it can instigate a variety of functions. Briefly, the SysEx byte requires at least three additional bytes. The first is a manufacturer's ID number or timing byte, the second is a data format or function byte, and the third is generally an "end of transmission" (EOX) byte. There are a number of books that have been written on the topic of System Exclusive messages, so this article will not deal with it further.


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