Back in the 80s, electronics music manufacturers decided on a standard language that would let synths, drum machines, sequencers and other devices speak to each other. This language, known as MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), allowed for unimagined complexity in composition and performance.
But what if you to take the capabilities of MIDI to the extreme? Welcome to the world of Black MIDI, programmed compositions of supernatural density. Imagine if you could play this yourself on a regular piano. Learn more at Boing Boing.