To midi or not to midi, that is the question.
Aug 31st, 2008, 01:11
I know to do vocals and other instrument you have to use audio, but I'm a keyboard player and I'm more familiar with midi and it's uses as far as editing is concerned. I'm not that familiar with audio although I've been recording audio with my keyboard and it seems pretty easy. So the questions are, is there a better time to use midi instead of audio. Can you do the same editing with audio as you can with midi? I know with midi if I play a wrong note I can simply go in and change it...among other things. Another example is in midi if you record all the drums on one track, you can take that track with all the drums and give each part (snare, cym, B.D etc) there own separate track. Can you do this with audio? Since I am a keyboard player I'm a bit confused about when to use midi or audio. thanks PeterReply