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Re: Who wants better MIDI output? (was: MIDI and repeat)

From: David Raleigh Arnold
Subject: Re: Who wants better MIDI output? (was: MIDI and repeat)
Date: Thu, 3 Feb 2005 11:21:29 -0500
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On Thursday 03 February 2005 07:51 am, Christ van Willegen wrote:
> Hi list, Han-Wen,
> > with natural sounding performance, then you're welcome to chip in
> > and
> >
> >      Donate money
> >
> > to support this effort.
> I'll chip in, and let you know in a private mail how much...
> I have type-set scores for my choir with Lilypond, using the Midi
> output to generate CDs and MP3s so ppl can study at home, when they
> don't play an instrument themselves. Having an easy way to generate
> different mixes for the different voices would be a nice option to
> have (+6dB sopranos, -6dB the other voices, so that the sopranos can
> hear their voice 'over' the other voices).

Try midi2mg, which comes with midge, and do it with midge.

It is GNU.  A bit of integration would be very welcome.  daveA  

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