Many of our designers and developers also have backgrounds as musicians and audio engineers.
Pro Audio Software and Music Technology Development
After over 35 years, MIDI 2.0 specs have been released. As the only dedicated software company that contributed to the new standards, Art+Logic can help you design and develop the software you need for your gear. Whether you’re creating something entirely new or updating a design, talk to us and find out more about how we can help you make the most of MIDI 2.0.
Examples of our work include:
Custom UI/UX Design
Porting Legacy Software
Art+Logic engineers and designers are based in North America and have worked on pro audio software projects for major industry clients worldwide. We love engineering audio applications and are committed to meeting our clients’ needs with the highest levels of professionalism.
When you work with Art+Logic, we’ll ensure the right technology is implemented in your audio plugins, digital asset management programs, content delivery systems, app and more. We are experts in pro audio software design and development.
Whether you need to develop a new audio app or update your legacy software, talk to us. We can design and develop the software you need. We build software that helps boost and expand portability and expand the creative freedom of today’s pro audio professionals.
Just as the digital distribution of music has evolved, so too have the instruments and techniques used to create new sounds. From coding instrument firmware to building musical education software to updating the UI in an audio plugin, we develop software used by artists, audio professionals, and recording engineers throughout the world.
From musicradar.com: We chat to Art+Logic's Brett Porter to find out what makes this new interfacing spec tick. It’s been an essential building block of how music is made for about 35 years now, but would you be surprised to learn that the MIDI standard - the protocol...
From JUCE.COM: If you've ever created music on a computer, it is likely that you have used the MIDI specification. Created in the early 80s as a protocol for synchronizing musical events in electronic instruments and computers, MIDI has been a staple for musicians...
From MusicTech.com: MIDI, the Musical Instrument Digital Interface conceived by Roland’s Ikutaro Kakehashi and Dave Smith (and others), is one of the most familiar acronyms in the studio vernacular. And, considering it’s been in commercial use since 1982, the standard...