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Re: midi in windows

From: Stefan Thomas
Subject: Re: midi in windows
Date: Tue, 15 Jan 2008 19:52:23 +0100

Dear Mats,
I don't mean a program wich can read midifiles and can convert it to
lilypond. My idea is an tool for step-time-input. Luckily, after a
longer search I found one. It is LilypondMidi, and can be downloaded
at But maybee there exist
other tools like this?
Mats Bengtsson schrieb am 15.01.2008:
>Exactly what is your question? Yes, midi2ly is available in the
>installation on Windows just as well as on all other operating
>though there is some strange bug that appears on certain MIDI files,
>seems to be Windows specific.
>However, if your question is if there are free sequencers that can
>be used
>to obtain MIDI files, then the answer is probably yes but I don't
>anything about them.
>    /Mats
>Stefan Thomas wrote:
>> Dear Lilypond-users,
>> is there a programm which can be used in windows for midi-input in
>> Lilypond?
>> If there is one, I would be very interested.
>> Stefan
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