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    Dave Smith Instruments OB-6 Desktop Module Dave Smith Instruments OB-6 Desktop Module
    $2,299.00
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    Korg Prologue 16-Voice Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer Korg Prologue 16-Voice Polyphonic Analog Synthesizer
    $1,999.99
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    $1,599.99
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    Roland INTEGRA-7 SuperNATURAL Sound Module Roland INTEGRA-7 SuperNATURAL Sound Module
    $1,499.99
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  4. Yamaha MX88BK Music Synthesizer Yamaha MX88BK Music Synthesizer
    Yamaha MX88BK Music Synthesizer
    $999.99
  5. Behringer Model D Behringer Model D
    Behringer Model D
    $299.99
  6. Teenage Engineering OP-Z Portable Synthesizer and Sequencer Teenage Engineering OP-Z Portable Synthesizer and Sequencer
    $599.00
  7. Behringer DeepMind 6 Analog 6-Voice Polyphonic Synthesizer Behringer DeepMind 6 Analog 6-Voice Polyphonic Synthesizer
    $499.99
  8. Pioneer TORAIZ AS-1 Monophonic Analog Synthesizer Pioneer TORAIZ AS-1 Monophonic Analog Synthesizer
    $499.00
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    $439.12
  9. Dubreq Stylophone Dubreq Stylophone
    Dubreq Stylophone
    $24.95
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    $21.96
  10. Behringer NEUTRON Paraphonic Analog and Semi-Modular Synthesizer Behringer NEUTRON Paraphonic Analog and Semi-Modular Synthesizer
    $299.99
  11. Behringer DeepMind 12 True Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer Behringer DeepMind 12 True Analog Polyphonic Synthesizer
    $699.99
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  12. Waldorf Blofeld Desktop Synth Module Waldorf Blofeld Desktop Synth Module
    $499.99
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    $439.99
  13. Novation Circuit Mono Station Novation Circuit Mono Station
    Novation Circuit Mono Station
    $499.99
  14. Korg monologue Monophonic Analog Synthesizer Korg monologue Monophonic Analog Synthesizer
    $299.99
  15. Kilpatrick Audio Banana to 3.5mm Minijack Cable Kit Kilpatrick Audio Banana to 3.5mm Minijack Cable Kit
    $39.99
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    $35.19
  16. Dave Smith Instruments Sequential Prophet X Dave Smith Instruments Sequential Prophet X
    $3,999.00
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    IK Multimedia UNO Synth Portable Analog Synthesizer IK Multimedia UNO Synth Portable Analog Synthesizer
    $199.99
  18. Elektron Digitone Elektron Digitone
    Elektron Digitone
    $729.00
  19. Waldorf Quantum Digital/Analog Hybrid Synthesizer Waldorf Quantum Digital/Analog Hybrid Synthesizer
    $4,299.99
  20. Korg Volca Mix Analog Performance Mixer Korg Volca Mix Analog Performance Mixer
    $174.99
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This term (pronounced “Mih-dee”) is an essential part of any type of electronic music making. Standing for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, MIDI was a protocol launched in 1983 that in essence would let electronic instruments like keyboards talk to other keyboards regardless of the brand of that keyboard. At its earliest integration, by connecting one keyboard to another via a MIDI cable, you could control that 2nd keyboard without having to physically play the keyboard.

This opened up a whole new world of sounds and timbres for the performing musicians. No longer would a keyboard player be forced to carry multiple keyboards, each containing a specific set of sounds for unique applications. Now one MIDI controller could trigger different sound modules making for a much more efficient keyboard setup. The MIDI applications didn’t stop at simply connecting multiple keyboards. By utilizing computer software designed to record the MIDI data a composer could record their music for easy digital playback in real time without having to commit that performance to tape. This common application was referred to as sequencing and an entirely new generation of products called sequencers were designed to accomplish this task. As computers and technology has evolved, so has the use and applications for MIDI keyboards and MIDI controllers (including now Wind Controllers). The 5-pin MIDI cable for In/Out/Thru is now replaced by a single USB cable allowing for easy connection to a computer. MIDI controllers will now send additional performance data adjusting many different expression parameters beyond simple volume and note on/off messages.

The recording software available today is fully integrated with MIDI often using on-screen editing of even the smallest detail of any MIDI performance. Truly a generation of musicians have grown up with this functionality being a given, not knowing the ‘old’ way music was recorded and performed.

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