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.mid files

Discussion in 'PC Gaming & Rigs' started by ldoodle, Jul 29, 2003.

  1. ldoodle

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    Not really related to gaming but....

    What software can I use to edit .mid files?

    Thanks/...
     
  2. Peace

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  3. Stuart Wright

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    I think Cubase is still the industry standard.

    Cakewalk used to be a popular alternative.
    There are probably plenty of free midi file editors about.
    Do you realise that 99% of music in the charts is created from .mid files? Probably 100%.
     

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