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java web site hosting java web site hosting An instance of the Java Sound API's class represents an event such as might be stored in a standard MIDI file. The API for includes methods to set and get the event's timing value. There's also a method to retrieve its embedded raw MIDI message, which is an instance of a subclass of .) As mentioned earlier, a standard MIDI file stores events that are arranged into tracks. Usually the file represents one musical composition, and usually each track represents a part such as might have been played by a single instrumentalist.

java web site hosting Each note that the instrumentalist plays is represented by at least two events: a Note On that starts the note, and a Note Off that ends it. The track may also contain events that don't correspond to notes, such as meta-events (which were mentioned above). The Java Sound API organizes MIDI data in a three-part hierarchy: A .) can be added to or removed from the tracks in the sequence. The previous section explained how MIDI messages are represented in the Java Sound API.

java web site hosting However, MIDI messages don't exist in a vacuum. They're typically sent from one device to another. A program that uses the Java Sound API can generate MIDI messages from scratch, but more often the messages are instead created by a software device, such as a sequencer, or received from outside the computer through a MIDI input port. Such a device usually sends these messages to another device, such as a synthesizer or a MIDI output port. In the world of external MIDI hardware devices, many devices can transmit MIDI messages to other devices and also receive messages from other devices.

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