Procedures for Advanced MIDI Configuration Tasks

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Procedures for Advanced MIDI Configuration Tasks

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This section describes some of the most common MIDI configuration tasks for MIDI equipment arrangements that include more than one external MIDI device, or which include an extra software synthesizer that you might install to supplement the sounds normally provided with your sound card. For instructions in more common MIDI configuration tasks, see Procedures for Common MIDI Configuration Tasks.

The procedures described in this section are:

B8Installing a Software Synthesizer
B8Adjusting for the Delay of Some MIDI Output Devices
B8Preparing Bank, Patch, and Drum Note Names for a MIDI Device
B8Configuring a New External MIDI Sound Module
B8How to Handle Devices Connected With MIDI Thru Cables
B8How to Save Effort if You Rearrange Your MIDI Equipment Often