MIDI, which stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, is a technical standard that enables electronic musical instruments, computers, and other devices to communicate with each other. It allows for the transmission of musical data such as note messages, control signals, and synchronization commands between compatible devices. MIDI data does not contain actual audio; instead, it contains instructions for generating sound, controlling parameters, and sequencing musical events. This versatile protocol has revolutionized music production by facilitating seamless integration between different hardware and software components, enabling musicians, producers, and composers to create, manipulate, and perform music with unprecedented flexibility and precision

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