I loved learning about MIDI and watching it happen in the studio! It's so neat and comes in handy for people like me who don't really know how to play instruments. You can change around the notes and the time and what instrument is being played. It's an event so it doesn't take up much space in your computer at all. You can commit the MIDI file and make it an audio track which is a neat feature.
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