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|Author:||pipeorganphil [ Wed Jan 19, 2011 11:08 am ]|
|Post subject:||Pipeorganphil and his MIDI project|
This video is for the kind folk that as asked me what software I use and would recommend for testing midi files for use on a pipe organ.
You can download this software from
Ok my friends on to my mini MIDI file player.
The MIDI player.
Forgot to demo directories.
I use the < > to find the directory, push menu up key to enter the directory to exit a directory menu down key
It also has the 16 channel bar graph but again I didn’t have time to demo.
Next I will probably demo the hand crank side of things.
|Author:||George Houghton [ Wed Jan 19, 2011 1:14 pm ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Pipeorganphil and his MIDI project|
Thanks for sharing the info with us Phil.It certainly seems to work fine.
I am sure a lot of members will be spurred on to have a go with the Midi Player after seeing your success.
I can endorse the Miditzer Theatre Organ software I have used it for a few years now and get some pleasing results with it.
At the moment I am trying to master Hauptwerk which uses actual sound samples . You may have listened to the files that Roland from Holland has put on here using Hauptwerk ,they simulate a fair organ perfectly and I hope to master it some day.in the meantime it keeps me off the streets
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