Free Web Events To Explore History & Future Of MIDI

As part of its ‘May Is MIDI Month’, The MIDI Association will host a pair of live web events, on the history and future of MIDI:

The Early History of MIDI -1981-1985
Saturday May 18 at 3 PM Pacific Time

The people who originally created MIDI discuss the turbulent early days of MIDI before it became the established standard it is today.

Panelists:

Anne Graham, Brian Vincik, Chris Meyer, Dave Smith, Domenic Milano, Jeff Rona, Michelle Moog Koussa, Paul Lehrman, Ryan Alexander Diduck

MIDI 2.0: The Future of MIDI
Saturday, May 25 at 10 AM Pacific Time

Members of the MMA MIDI-CI and Protocol working groups will explain their vision for the future of MIDI.

Panelists:

Amos Gaynes, Andrew Mee, Dave Starkey, Florian Bome, Franz Detro, Mike Kent, Phil Burk, Rick Cohen, Tom White

See the MIDI site for details on the events.

3 thoughts on “Free Web Events To Explore History & Future Of MIDI

  1. The future of midi is going to look exactly like the past. nothing ever happens with this and seems slower than any establishment pretty much..

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