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  • Changes (MIDI and Python), by John Thevos
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  • Intro (MIDI and Python), by Hudson Jones
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  • MIDI percussion
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MIDI Percussion (optional)

MIDI has 16 channels (numbered 0 to 15). Of these, channel 9 is reserved for percussion. When adding notes to a part assigned to channel 9, the pitch of the notes determines which percussive instrument to use. Here are pitch numbers for some percussive instruments:

  • 36 (C2) -- Bass Drum
  • 38 (D2) -- Snare Drum
  • 42 (FS2) -- Hi Hat (closed)
  • 46 (AS2) -- Hi Hat (open)
  • 49 (DF3) -- Crash Cymbal

Here are more pitch numbers for percussive instruments.

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