Translate multiple digital sequences into MIDI events in real time, using external hardware such as a MIDI keyboard, a midi interface or a synth.
KeyMacro is a very cool, and very useful shareware app that focuses on MIDI sequences.
So, basically, KeyMacro is a piano-roll based sequencer with live-keyboard support. This is a free app, and the most powerful version is even available for a very low price.
KeyMacro – general presentation
The app’s main window looks like a piano roll. You can edit and playback MIDI events in real time.
The app can record MIDI sequences in real time, or it can be used to quickly edit previous MIDI sequences. In short, this app is the perfect tool for a drummer who wants to get started with MIDI sequencing.
In addition to the MIDI editing features, KeyMacro can also be used to create live performances. For example, you can record and edit the acoustic piano instrument, record the drum kit, adjust MIDI settings (tempo, etc.), or create external sequences (using external devices such as a midi keyboard, a midi interface, or a synth).
Pros and cons (and mostly pros)
The biggest pro of this app is the fact that it works as a live-performance tool. In other words, you can use KeyMacro to quickly create/edit MIDI sequences, or you can record and playback MIDI sequences.
In addition, KeyMacro also includes several MIDI editing features, including a sequencer, a tuner, and a metronome. The app also includes midi-tagging, track-marking, re-pitch, tempo-sync, and volume leveling.
Other advantages include the fact that this app is highly customizable. For example, you can easily adjust the layout, the toolbar, and the GUI. Additionally, KeyMacro can export MIDI files in AAF, MIDI files, and MIDI events in.RPN format.
Last but not least, the entire app comes loaded with 5 MIDI synths and two drum kits.
Overall, KeyMacro is a very useful app. It comes with a very friendly and clear GUI, and it’s a perfect tool for drummers and other musicians who need a tool to easily record/playback MIDI sequences, as well as for drummers who want to quickly create live performances.
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Implementation of Password Based Encryption (PBE) to encrypt the password that is generated as result of the
entry of the Zip password in the file header.
The salt is also generated and the salt, the password and the encrypted password are then stored in the
Zip file in the same order. The key used to encrypt the password is also saved for future reference.
Password: the password generated for this key.
PasswordLength: the length of the password generated for this key.
Salt: the salt generated for this key.
SaltLength: the length of the salt generated for this key.
Key: the stored key of the key used for encryption.
Unencrypted: the unencrypted password.
EncryptedPassword: the encrypted password.
UnencryptedPassword: the unencrypted password.
The PBE key and salt are generated using the method GetKeyPbe() and GetSalt(). It is strongly recommended that
you only store the password and the salt on disk for performance reasons.
GetKeyPbe() and GetSalt() return respectively the password and the salt of the currently saved key as one
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