Computer Music: Musc 216
Study Questions #13: Isadora and Programming Program Changes

Before you answer these questions, you should have reviewed the required reading for this session (including LINKS listed in the Class Schedule), and any LECTURE NOTES. Once you submit your answers, your grade will be recorded in your Student Gradefile and you will not be able to retake the quiz.

Please complete this set of Study Questions before the end of the next class session. However, the absolute deadline for completing them is 10:00 p.m. Friday, April 24.


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What is the HEXADECIMAL value for CONTROL CHANGE command on MIDI Channel 1?
 
How many DATA BYTES (numbers) are there associated with a CONTROL CHANGE Command?
 
What is the GM (General Midi) Program # for Flute:
 
What is the GM (General Midi) Program # for Alto Sax:
 
What is the GM (General Midi) Program # for Banjo:
 
One of the following is NOT a Control Object in Isadora's Controls Window:
 
In Isadora, one way to see the Controls Window is to choose "Show Controls" from the Controls Pull-down menu.
 
In Isadora, to get the Controls to work in the Controls Window, you have to select "Disable Edit Mode" from the Controls Pull-down menu.
 
What is the CONTROLLER NUMBER for PAN?
 
What is the CONTROLLER NUMBER for MODULATION?
 
What is the CONTROLLER NUMBER for CHANNEL VOLUME?
 


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