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midi programming -how to use one midi file as the rhythm for other midi file?

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The rhythm giving midi file will be one track.Like midi drummer.And on the other midi file -the rhythm taker -we will place our notes regardless of their length (if they are chords no problem) and they will have the first midi file's durations-midi drummer's rhythm.

Bojan Dragosavac
Dec 24 '06 #1
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bartonc
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The rhythm giving midi file will be one track.Like midi drummer.And on the other midi file -the rhythm taker -we will place our notes regardless of their length (if they are chords no problem) and they will have the first midi file's durations-midi drummer's rhythm.

Bojan Dragosavac
Python Midi Package
The Python Midi package is a collection of classes handling Midi in and output in the Python programming language.
The python midi package is currently released in an experimental version. So there is little documentation, and the software might change as new needs arises.
It does work though. It can read and write any midi file that I have tested it on. If you find a Midi file it cannot read, please send me a copy, so that I can update the package.
Currently it cannot read and write to midi ports. So no real time event handling is possible.
Much good work is here.
Dec 24 '06 #2

bartonc
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If you are not using python, tell me so I can move this to the right place.
Dec 24 '06 #3

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If you are not using python, tell me so I can move this to the right place.
I used to use Python and am going to use it again if it can do what I requested and to know this I have to get the answer.
If not I will try any language or program that can do it for free.Can one post the same message on several posts where you find it apropriate?If not that where would you suggest me to put it?
Dec 25 '06 #4

bartonc
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I used to use Python and am going to use it again if it can do what I requested and to know this I have to get the answer.
If not I will try any language or program that can do it for free.Can one post the same message on several posts where you find it apropriate?If not that where would you suggest me to put it?
The Python MIDI Package is free. It looks like it will do what you want. You may be able to get your answer by reading the comments on the page.

You may post in any forum. Techie Talk Forum is read by everybody, so may be a good place to start.
Dec 25 '06 #5

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