[rescue] SGI Indigo 2: Subtle Differences
lionel4287 at yahoo.com
Tue Oct 14 21:44:35 CDT 2003
> > Yet, there is a difference. The old machine, when started, plays a
> > nice arpeggio. It's clearly MIDI, and, while better than nothing,
> > it's a bit cheesy-sounding. The new one plays the same notes, but
> > sounds like an actual piano. What gives? Is this a setting, or
> > is it indicative of some actual difference in the machines?
MIDI is a serial prtocol for sending information between musical
devices, not a sound generator...
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