William Lloyd and Paul Terry. This superb guide to MIDI sequencing is of enormous value to those studying music technology as part of GCSE and A-level courses. Music In Sequence has the answers for those who want to produce studio-quality music but may not play an instrument and others who would like to know more about synths and sequencers without being defeated by the jargon. The contents include 20 different pieces to record, ranging from Bach and Tchaikovsky to Minimalism and Funk. It shows how to interpret music notation using the sequencer’s own easy-to-understand graphics. It covers such topics as synth playing techniques, drum patterns, voicing, MIDI controllers, step writing and quantization. Special sections include setting-up equipment, using multi-timbral synths and writing chord patterns and bass riffs. Written by William Lloyd, a professional pianist, conductor and record producer and Paul Terry who has spent 20 years teaching music at all levels and is a Chief Examiner for A-level music.