|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
|File size:||92 KB|
|Publisher:||A J Tooth|
Publisher description for AJT MidiMod
MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. Your PC has the facility to play MIDI files ( .mid file extension ) via the Sound Card. The Sound Card has 128 built in MIDI Musical Instrument sounds (although the last 8 are sound effects, and I discard use of these in my program.) You can get MIDI files from the Internet. For example, at the Classical Piano MIDI PaGE To use these files with my program you should download and save the .mid file to a suitable folder on your PC. You can take one the Classical Piano MIDI files from the aforementioned sites and change the instruments to Banjo, Bagpipes and Steel Drums - as you wish! Here is Scott Joplins Maple Leaf Rag. Right-click on it and use "Save Target As", or if you want it to play as is, just left-click on it. For those interested, a full description of the MIDI file-format is available at George Hanspers' site.