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LBH

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Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« on: December 26, 2019, 12:59:11 am »
Midi 2.0: https://www.midi.org/articles-old/details-about-midi-2-0-midi-ci-profiles-and-property-exchange

More Midi CCs, greater resolution, better timing, better ProgramChange etc...
Perhaps all we can and have asked and wished for?

Will Arturia create new controllers, hardware and software and upgrade all excisting products to fully use midi 2.0?
When can we exspect it to be implemented?
« Last Edit: December 26, 2019, 01:26:54 am by LBH »

TheAndyMac

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Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Reply #1 on: January 01, 2020, 10:28:33 am »
I'm also very interested in Arturia's position on this - considering purchasing new KeyLab 61 MkII (and possibly a Matrix Brute) and don't want to fin that there is a MkIII in later this year to support MIDI 2.0 !!!

michelrandal

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Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Reply #2 on: May 30, 2020, 08:21:55 pm »
I am also considering to buy a keylab 61 MKII, and as a software developer I am curious to dive into MIDI 2.0 programming.

I guess that I am just gonna cross my fingers and hope that Arturia will do firmware updates to support MIDI 2.0...

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Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Reply #3 on: October 21, 2020, 12:11:40 pm »
I own a Keylab 88, and I've been very happy with it. I, too, would much appreciate support for MIDI 2.0, if that's possible with a firmware update.

Blejn

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Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Reply #4 on: December 10, 2020, 09:34:16 pm »
Thinking about this too. Probably getting a keylab if there will be midi2.0 support. Don't want to miss out on new features down the line. Anyone know if companies will start releasing midi 2.0 stuff soon?

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Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Reply #5 on: March 02, 2021, 01:32:58 pm »
Thank you for updating us with the outcome.

haha... I didn't see any update...

or are you being sarcastic?

MajorFubar

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Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Reply #6 on: March 02, 2021, 03:49:59 pm »
Thank you for updating us with the outcome.

haha... I didn't see any update...

or are you being sarcastic?
Neither, he's a spammer (the link in his sig I didn't originally spot is the giveaway).
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Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Reply #7 on: May 11, 2021, 08:13:12 am »
Thinking about this too. Probably getting a keylab if there will be midi2.0 support. Don't want to miss out on new features down the line. Anyone know if companies will start releasing midi 2.0 stuff soon?

Facing same issue but no response from anyone and couldnt find this topic troubleshooting in google.
      


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Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
« Reply #8 on: May 17, 2021, 12:30:59 am »
A lot of big things happened in music in 1983. It was the year Michael Jackson’s album Thriller hit number one across the world, compact discs were first released in the US, and the Red Hot Chili Peppers formed. Yet there was one obscure event that was more influential than all of them: MIDI 1.0 was released. MIDI stands for “Musical Instrument Digital Interface” and, after 37 years, it has finally received a major update. MIDI 2.0 is live, and it could mean the end of the keyboard’s dominance over popular music.

Whether you know it or not, MIDI has changed your music listening life. MIDI is the protocol by which digitized information is converted into audio. When a musician plays into a MIDI-enabled device, like a synthesizer or drum machine, MIDI is used to digitize the different elements of the music, like the note and the power with which it was played (a softly plucked C, for example, or a full-on fortissimo F-sharp). This allows music producers and technicians to adjust aspects of the music later on. For example, they might choose to change the pitch of certain notes or even switch the sound from a keyboard to a trumpet or guitar. Basically, it is what musicians use to program music. Ikutaro Kakehashi and Dave Smith, the leaders in creating MIDI in the early 1980s, rightfully won a Technical Grammy for their work in 2013.
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Re: Midi 2.0 and Arturia
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