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See also: Audio sequencer and Digital audio workstation Sequencing software provides a number of benefits to a composer or arranger. It allows recorded MIDI to be manipulated using standard computer editing features such as cut, copy and paste and drag and drop. Keyboard shortcuts can be used to streamline workflow, and editing functions are often selectable via MIDI commands. The sequencer allows each channel to be set to play a different sound, and gives a graphical overview of the arrangement. A variety of editing tools are made available, including a notation display that can be used to create printed parts for musicians. Tools such as looping , quantization , randomization, and transposition simplify the arranging process. Beat creation is simplified, and groove templates can be used to duplicate another track's rhythmic feel.
Software synthesizers also exhibit a noticeable delay known as latency in their sound generation, because computers use an audio buffer that delays playback and disrupts MIDI timing.
These cards used FM synthesis , which generates sound through modulation of sine waves. John Chowning , the technique's pioneer, theorized that the technology would be capable of accurate recreation of any sound if enough sine waves were used , but budget computer audio cards performed FM synthesis with only two sine waves. Combined with the cards' 8-bit audio, this resulted in a sound described as "artificial"  and "primitive".
Some manufacturers used bit samples, and padded those to 16 bits. VJs and turntablists use it to cue clips, and to synchronize equipment, and recording systems use it for synchronization and automation. The receiving device or object would require a General MIDI processor, however in this instance, the program changes would trigger a function on that device rather than notes from a MIDI instrument's controller.
Each function can be set to a timer also controlled by MIDI or other condition or trigger determined by the device's creator. Most devices do not copy messages from their input to their output port.
A third type of port, the "thru" port, emits a copy of everything received at the input port, allowing data to be forwarded to another instrument  in a "daisy chain" arrangement. This is avoided with a MIDI thru box, which contains several outputs that provide an exact copy of the box's input signal. A MIDI merger is able to combine the input from multiple devices into a single stream, and allows multiple controllers to be connected to a single device.
A MIDI switcher allows switching between multiple devices, and eliminates the need to physically repatch cables. MIDI patch bays combine all of these functions. They contain multiple inputs and outputs, and allow any combination of input channels to be routed to any combination of output channels.
Routing setups can be created using computer software, stored in memory, and selected by MIDI program change commands. MIDI data processors are used for utility tasks and special effects. MIDI's serial transmission leads to timing problems. A three-byte MIDI message requires nearly 1 millisecond for transmission.
If an event is sent on two channels at once, the event on the higher-numbered channel cannot transmit until the first one is finished, and so is delayed by 1ms. If an event is sent on all channels at the same time, the highest-numbered channel's transmission is delayed by as much as 16ms.
This contributed to the rise of MIDI interfaces with multiple in- and out-ports, because timing improves when events are spread between multiple ports as opposed to multiple channels on the same port. This unit provides a variety of real-time controllers, which can manipulate various sound design parameters of computer-based or standalone hardware instruments, effects, mixers and recording devices.
Main article: MIDI controller There are two types of MIDI controllers: performance controllers that generate notes and are used to perform music,  and controllers that may not send notes, but transmit other types of real-time events. Many devices are some combination of the two types.
Keyboards are by far the most common type of MIDI controller. Software synthesizers offer great power and versatility, but some players feel that division of attention between a MIDI keyboard and a computer keyboard and mouse robs some of the immediacy from the playing experience.
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