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Wednesday, November 16 • 9:00am - 9:50am
Apple, Google and Microsoft Implementations of MIDI 2.0

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Engineers from Apple, Google, and Microsoft will present the current state of MIDI 2.0 implementations in their operating systems. We’ll describe the API changes required for MIDI 2.0 for each platform as well as discuss the philosophy and reasoning behind various design decisions. We’ll also present the status of transports, such as USB and Ethernet. If you’re a developer who is interested in the practical implementations of MIDI 2.0, this is the session for you.


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Pete Brown

Principal Software Engineer, Windows, Microsoft
Pete works in the Windows + Devices org in Microsoft, primarily focusing on partners, apps, and technology for musicians. He's the lead for the Windows MIDI Services project which is bringing an updated MIDI stack to Windows, and adding full MIDI 2.0 support. He's also serves as the... Read More →
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Phil Burk

Staff Software Engineer, Google Inc
Music and audio software developer. Interested in compositional tools and techniques, synthesis, and real-time performance on Android. Worked on HMSL, JForth, 3DO, PortAudio, JSyn, WebDrum, ListenUp, Sony PS3, Syntona, ME3000, Android MIDI, AAudio, Oboe and MIDI 2.0.
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Torrey Holbrook Walker

Audio/MIDI Framework Engineer, Apple Inc.
I am a senior software framework engineer on the Core Audio team at Apple and a frequent MIDI specification contributor and prototyper with the MIDI Association. I have been passionate about creating music production technologies that delight audio software developers, musicians... Read More →
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Mike Kent

Chief Strategy Officer, AmeNote Inc.
Mike Kent is the Co-Founder and Chief Strategy Officer of AmeNote Inc. Mike is a world leader in technology for musical instruments and professional audio/video. Mike is the Chair of the MIDI 2.0 Working Group of the MIDI Association. He is a co-author of USB MIDI 1.0, the principal... Read More →

Wednesday November 16, 2022 9:00am - 9:50am GMT
1) Ctrl 10 South Pl, London EC2M 7EB, UK