katheryn.swynford at gmail.com
Wed Feb 11 10:18:07 CST 2009
I'd LOVE to see your project "MIDI builder".
Where can one find it?
On Wed, Feb 11, 2009 at 7:46 AM, Kurt Kaufman <kkaufman at snet.net> wrote:
> If I understand you correctly, you are trying to generate and then play
> and/or mix various music sequences using the QT musical synthesizers. The
> synthesizers can be instructed using MIDI. I have worked with MIDI tracks,
> and what you are attempting can be done wherever QT is available. MIDI
> tracks can be combined with a common starting point, or with an offset,
> accurate to within a tiny fraction of a second. You can easily play 4 (or
> more) tracks in this manner. It can appear to the user that the discrete
> musical sequences are being layered "on the fly", but actually, they are
> combined in a new MIDI file in advance of their being played. Rev/QT can do
> this very quickly.
> For more information, see my project "MIDI builder". It used to be
> available from RunRev, but I'm not sure that it is now. I can make it
> available if you have an interest. The stack also includes a file that
> details the MIDI file format that I used.
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