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Published on Jan 2, 2011
Since a few months ago, when I started studying WPF, I have noticed that there aren't many articles dealing with WPF and audio features. This is more noticeable when it comes to Midi audio. So, scarce material on the issue became the main motivation for this article. The secondary motivation, of course, is that it is a lot of fun to work with Midi, as I found out later.
Although the following article is not written by an expert on music and audio engineering, I hope to provide developers and users in general at least with the basic concepts involving C# and midi.