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ProjectMIDI, Part 2: Creating a Custom ProjectMIDI Assembly

, 24 Jan 2006
This article describes how to create your own ProjectMIDI assembly.
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rlisle
Software Developer (Senior)
United States United States
Ron is a senior software engineer.
His hobbies include riding motorcycles, travel, and scuba diving.
 
He enjoys learning about science, particularly quantum physics and cosmology.
 
He is active with his church where he plays drums and keyboards with the contemporary church band each week.
He also designed and maintains his church and band websites (http://TheRockUMC.org and http://TheRockBand.org).

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