Thought I'd start with the physics of sound (basic principles), then move on to tones, notes, the music staff, durations, rhythm etc. Relate it all to the piano keyboard (the simplest way), and possibly also to the piano roll view.
I thought I'd try specifically to relate it to what the "electronic musician" might need to know.
I might try putting the first together and see how we move on from there.
Any ideas would, as always, be gratefully received.
My question maybe isn't on wright place,but I hope that will not be a problem.
My question is: Can you write a one tutorial about "creating style from midi file in software XG Works".
That tutorial need to be like a other tutorials in section XG Works,with pictures and writing. I think,that it will be very interesting for members of this forum and other people who's reading a music forums on internet. Excuse for my bad english.
Well, after a little examination it appears that the versions of XGworks that I own are unable, for a start, to export in any of the formats required to construct style files, e.g. .stx or .sty (the early ones) or certainly any of the later formats as used by today's PSR, Tyros and other keyboards.
All is not lost though!
If you make your way over to PSR Tutorials utilities page you will find a selection of utilities specifically created to accomplish what I believe you have in mind.
Try, from Joergen Soerensen, his midi2style program at his Utilities site. One of Michael Bedesem's programs like MixMaster or Producer might suit you or even One Man Band from Joe Maas. All these are linked to from the main PSR Tutorial site.