Re: [LAU] Command-line midi player with fast forward, pause, rewind?

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Date: Monday, September 7, 2009 - 8:58 am

On Fri, Aug 28, 2009 at 03:11:52PM +0200, Alexandre Ratchov wrote:

Thanks, I've build the latest version, and used it a bit so far, and I like it a lot, it does indeed do pretty much what I want.

It looks like it could also do a lot of useful stuff, but I find it bewildering and the documentation not quite complete.

A few questions, if I may?

1) How do you get it to pause? Not stop, which is "s", and then it resets the position back to zero, but just momentarily pause and keep the position at wherever it is at?

2) How can I route output to a different channel when I'm *playing* a MIDI file? I found documentation on how to route and filter when recording, but I need to do the filtering/routing at playback time.

3) Is there any rudimentary editing capability? i.e., cut the file keeping only events from range X-Y and J-K?

I'd also like to try out Julien's modified C++ version of it too.

Thanks to you and Julien for reccommending midish.

-ken
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Re: [LAU] Command-line midi player with fast forward, pause,..., Alexandre Ratchov, (Fri Aug 28, 1:12 pm)
Re: [LAU] Command-line midi player with fast forward, pause,..., Ken Restivo, (Mon Sep 7, 8:58 am)
Re: [LAU] Command-line midi player with fast forward, pause,..., Alexandre Ratchov, (Mon Sep 7, 10:59 am)