Take control of your MIDI files: Midiphile sorts out your songsBy Chris Williams. Published: 24th Nov 23:00:05 | Permalink | Printable
Firstly, I really don't know who has written the MIDI utility 'Midiphile'. I do know his name is Lenny, he is a 'cyber peasant' and he has written a shedload of RISC OS software.
While I wait for an email reply from the druid, Lenny has recently updated his Midiphile application. Midiphile basically scans through a MIDI file and generates a text file describing the MIDI fie contents.
It also removes redundant and unwanted MIDI events from the file.
Filters can be set up to concentrate Midiphile on certain sections of the MIDI file and it is apparently good at fixing 'hanging notes' which should be a benefit to Sibelius users.
MidiPhile (57k ZIP archive
Lenny's MIDI Homepage
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