Thomas McGrath III
3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Fri Mar 4 19:41:47 CST 2005
There is a stack called MIDIBuilder.rev that I downloaded from
somewhere. It creates MIDI files. I looked and there is some hex data
conversion stuff in it. Here is the web address:
On Mar 4, 2005, at 6:48 PM, Ben Fisher wrote:
> Hi Mark,
> I too am interested in MIDI, as I have an old Casio Midi keyboard that
> I use occasionally. It would be really cool to see how MIDIs work and
> write an editor. For the past couple of years I've been playing around
> with the idea but never found the time.
> In older versions of Rev, there used to be a sample MIDI program. I
> think it lives at http://support.runrev.com/resources/unsupported.php
> This might be the first step in looking at the hex behind midis.
> Most good midi editors have a "score view." (Of course they also cost
> $$$ and so I don't have them.) From playing the piano, I know how
> musical notation works and with a little effort could put something
> like that together (I.e. a program turning a list of notes into
> musical notation).
> Maybe you could use Rev's read from port commands to get data from the
> MIDI port? These days, most MIDI devices use USB, and so I guess they
> are out of reach at least for now. If you learn something cool, please
> tell me at jamon.ben at gmail.com
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Thomas J. McGrath III
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