Hi Folks,just to briefly intoduce myself,firstly i'm well & truly a senior who at seventy two years of age should really know better than to be dabbling in all of this techo stuff however...after joining the Midi Hangout site several years ago ( i am still an active member) with absolutely no idea of the workings all of this midi stuff i now have a little more understanding of the simpler aspects of editing midi using my Sonar le programme,& i must say i do owe a huge debt of gratitude to the members of the "hangout"especially my good friend John G for all of their valuable assistance they have given me over the years.I have noticed some of my old friends are also part of this site as well which is nice to know.I will add some more input to this site shortly. Best wishes to all members...Simmo
Why, I wonder, is there some sort of age barrier when it becomes too late to learn about the wonders of MIDI? I have several elderly students, in their mid-eighties, who have taken up learning the English again after decades of neglect. They seem to get a lot of fun out of it.
I'm now 65, I have no intention of putting down the pen until I can't lift it anymore.
There are lots of people who take up the keyboard in retirement and some of them make pretty good players.
No, 72 seems like a pretty good age to learn about MIDI.
But it's just my 2d. worth, as usual. All the best, JohnG.