Re: [LAU] midi analyzer

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To: Lorenzo Sutton <lsutton@...>
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Date: Sunday, December 12, 2010 - 9:47 pm

On Sun, Dec 12, 2010 at 09:32:57PM +0100, Lorenzo Sutton wrote:

mftext works great (part of "abcmidi" package on Debian/Ubuntu/etc).

I generally use midi.el MIDI mode in emacs for looking at MIDI files. If I want to know MUSICALLY what's in there (I can't hear note numbers and timestamps in my head), I fire it up in Rosegarden and look at the piano roll, or if it's pretty normalized, in Denemo and have a look at the notes on a staff.

-ken
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[LAU] midi analyzer, Kim Cascone, (Sun Dec 12, 8:09 pm)
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