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list of books from start magazine
« on: February 05, 2019, 10:13:27 PM »
C Programming for MIDI, Jim Conger, M&T Books, $22.95. Fairly technical reference; better know your C. Optional IBM disk. M&T's order number is 1-800-533-4772 outside California; 1-800-356-2002 inside California.

MIDI and Sound Book for the Atari ST, Bernd Enders and Wolfgang Klemme, M&T Books, $17.95. More about digitized sound and the ST's internal sound chip than MIDI in particular. Optional Atari disk.

MIDI for Musicians, Craig Anderton, Amsco Publications, $14.95. A little dated, but an excellent introduction by an authority in the MIDI field.

MIDI Programmer's Handbook, Steve De Furia and Joe Scacciaferro, M&T Books, $24.95. Begins by dissecting a MIDI instrument and ends with a generic application written in Pascal. Optional Atari disk.

MIDI Sequencing in C, Jim Conger, M&T Books, $24.95. Analyzes an eight-track sequencer, whose C code is scattered throughout the book. Optional IBM disk.

MIDI 1.0 Detailed Specification version 4.1, International MIDI Association, price unknown. An absolute must. Write to 5316 W. 57th St., Los Angeles, CA 90056 (213) 649-6434.

Music Through MIDI, Michael Boom, Microsoft Press, $19.95. Wide focus. Discusses MIDI/music from bass clefs to brand names, MIDIphiles from home to Hollywood. Jim Pierson-Perry says it's the single best reference.
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