Generalized Music Plug-in Interface

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Generalized Music Plug-in Interface (GMPI) is a working group of the MIDI Manufacturers Association set up to consider the feasibility of a standard interface for audio and MIDI software plug-ins, to complement or supersede existing vendor-specific interfaces such as Audio Units.

The GMPI group started work in 2003[1] and published a requirements draft in April 2005.[2] Progress has since stalled.

Jeff McClintock developed an implementation of GMPI for Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X, which is available as the SynthEdit Software Development Kit.

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  1. ^ Kuper, Ron (2003-02-11). "[gmpi] Generalized Music Plugin Interface list is now online". 
  2. ^ "GMPI Requirements - final draft proposal".