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'M'-A Proposal for a 'Musical Instrument Remote Control Language'
The well-known hardware standard MIDI has advanced to the computer musicians main tool because today you can control nearly every musical equipment via MIDI. But unlikely there is no software that -sees- an equipment setup in its entirety. A remote control language -M- will be projected that might serve as an easy musician machine interpreter and as a communication language between different specialized programs.
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