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MIDI Sampling Is Finally Here
Introducing reMIDI 2, the follow up to reMIDI. The reMIDI 2 upgrade allows you to take MIDI sampling to the next level with the new features:
reMIDI (pronounced 'remedy') is not another music theory MIDI effect plugin. It's the very first MIDI sampler. It literally cuts to the core of the problem of finding inspired musical materials by providing harmonies and melodies that are proven to work – enabling you to sample the royalty-free compositions of past greats (Bach, Chopin, Gershwin, etc).
More in the mood for modern? No problem – You can use reMIDI to get the most out of your purchased royalty-free MIDI loops.
If you can sample audio to help kickstart productions, why not sample midi? You can isolate melodies more easily than audio recordings and you can even extract all the chords used! Best of all - you get to choose the instruments.
reMIDI comes with over 1700 royalty-free MIDI files in the factory library to sample from. But you're never limited - you can even expand the library by sampling from your own midi.
Connect reMIDI to your favourite virtual instruments and hit the keys/pads on your MIDI controller to effortlessly find the building blocks for your next track.
You can edit MIDI notes exactly how you want by dragging out any slice that reMIDI serves up. Make each loop your own. You can even use it to help create a top-selling loop/chord pack.
How Does reMIDI Work?
reMIDI is a plugin instrument capable of outputting MIDI as well as audio. With regard to the latter, a simple sine wave synth sound is built in for scratch work, so you can quickly find a loop for export as a MIDI file entirely within it.
Obviously, though, the idea is to trigger other instruments via reMIDI, and how this is set up depends on the host DAW. For VST hosts (ie, Ableton Live), reMIDI loads as an instrument plugin onto a MIDI track, the output of which is sent to a second track (hosting the target instrument) using the DAW's routing system.
For Audio Unit hosts (ie, Logic), the included reMIDI_MFX MIDI effect plugin is loaded up instead. This is identical to the regular reMIDI, but sits in front of the target instrument on the same track, outputting MIDI directly to it. It's certainly the more elegant of the two approaches, although it only captures the raw triggering notes to the track, not the chords output by the plugin.