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list of books from start magazine
« on: February 05, 2019, 10:13:27 PM »
https://www.atarimagazines.com/startv4n12/insoutsofmidi.html
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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.

https://www.amazon.com/MIDI-Sound-Atari-English-German/dp/1558510435
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.

https://www.amazon.ca/MIDI-Musicians-Anderton/dp/0825610508
MIDI for Musicians, Craig Anderton, Amsco Publications, $14.95. A little dated, but an excellent introduction by an authority in the MIDI field.

https://www.amazon.ca/Midi-Programmers-Handbook-Steve-Furia/dp/1558510680
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.

https://www.amazon.com/Midi-Sequencing-C-Jim-Conger/dp/1558510451
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.

https://www.midi.org/specifications-old/item/the-midi-1-0-specification
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.

https://www.amazon.com/Music-Through-Midi-Create-Electric/dp/1556150261
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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