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Play MIDI files (*.mid)

Posted on 1998-01-20
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i can find source pascal code for playing *.mid files
do u have an example?
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Do you want an example midi file? Send you email and I send you dozens.
Igor
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you should not use midi in dos-programs. i didnt find any routines to play em under dos there are windows based codes. If you wanna play them under windows its ok, u will find sources at much pages i dont have them on mind. Just go to mine www.centralnet.ch/userpages/omsec click there on 'join other pages' and u will find a list of some good libraries. If you code for dos i would recommend to play digitalized music in the MOD or
S3M format. XM is also a such tracker format, but note there are no ways to play them in Real Mode if ya dont have a GUS (Gravis Ultra SoundCard) A great player is the MIDAS Sound System you can find it at www.hornet.org

grests, omsec
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10x, but the code must exist somewhere...
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