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MIDI Enhancements in Windows 10

MIDI Enhancements in Windows 10
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As Windows 10 evolves, we are continuing to build in support for musician-focused technologies. Let’s take a look at MIDI. Windows has had built-in MIDI support going back to the 16-bit days. Since then, most MIDI interfaces have moved to USB and our in-box support has kept pace, with a class driver and APIs that support those new interfaces.
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