reMIDI 2 lets you quickly locate, chop, key-shift, and time-stretch samples and map them to a controller. It samples musical notes from MIDI files. It is the first MIDI sampler ever made. By offering harmonies and melodies that are known to work, it literally gets to the heart of the issue of discovering creative musical materials and allows you to listen to royalty-free compositions from the past masters (Bach, Chopin, Gershwin, etc).
Introducing reMIDI 2, the successor to reMIDI that gives you the ability to advance MIDI sampling with its new capabilities. A MIDI effect plugin called reMIDI 2 lets you easily locate, chop, key-shift, and time-stretch samples and map them to controllers. It samples musical notes from MIDI files. The plugin instrument reMIDI 2 can output both MIDI and audio. For scratch work, a basic sine wave synth sound is included in, making it simple to rapidly locate a loop to output as a MIDI file totally within it.
Why not sample midi if you can sample audio to aid launch productions? With “reMIDI 2,” you may extract all the chords utilised as well as isolate melodies more simply than with audio recordings. The best part is that you get to pick the instruments! The factory library in reMIDI 2 contains over 1700 royalty-free midi files, however you are never restricted and may even increase the library by sampling from your own midi. Find the elements for your next track with ease by connecting reMIDI 2 to your favourite virtual instruments and pressing the keys or pads on your midi controller.
The plugin instrument reMIDI 2 can output both MIDI and audio. For scratch work, a basic sine wave synth sound is included in, making it simple to rapidly locate a loop to output as a MIDI file totally within it. ReMIDI is used to trigger additional instruments, and the host DAW determines how to set this up. ReMIDI loads as an instrument plugin into a MIDI track for VST hosts (such as Ableton Live), and then uses the routing system of the DAW to send its output to another track that hosts the target instrument.
The supplied reMIDI MFX MIDI effect plugin is loaded up for Audio Unit hosts (such as Logic Pro). This is the same as the standard reMIDI, but it outputs MIDI directly and is located in front of the target instrument on the same track. Although it just records the track’s raw triggering notes and not the chords produced by the plugin, this approach is unquestionably the more elegant of the two.
Each pad can be assigned to have a different slice loaded from the MIDI file. For melodic/drum MIDI, you can combine various MIDI files, or you can record MIDI onto pads using reMIDI’s MIDI input/output. Over 1000 files total are included in the set’s 11 volumes. 100 Jazz block chord progressions in MIDI format are included in each volume. Although any DAW may open these MIDI files, SongWish’s reMIDI 2, a MIDI sampler VST, is a better option. These MIDI files can be loaded into reMIDI 2 with a few useful tools to play and edit them. These block chords can be animated using additional MIDI tools like arpeggiators. Alter, add, or remove notes, or even alter the time of these progressions in your preferred DAW to get your jazz hands dirty.
If you are look for to come up with chords and play with MIDI files, ReMIDI 2 is a must have.