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Old 04-03-2005, 02:29 AM
Mark Walsen (markwa)
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Default Just as MidiNotate Composer us

Just as MidiNotate Composer uses Twinkle Little Star as the example for the tutorial documentation, MidiNotate Player needs an example MIDI that the user can open, view, and play.

In spite of objections from Notation Software's marketing department (my wife, Celeste), I'm seriously considering doing what Richard Perlmutter did when he added lyrics to Beethoven's 5th on his 'Beethoven's Wig' CD. To tell you the truth, it took me a few times hearing that CD to warm up to the idea of desecrating great classics with tacky lyrics. But now I like the idea, and I'm thinking of copy-catting Beethoven's Wig, in an even more tacky way.

I've added some lyrics to the opening theme of Mozart's 40th symphony. The lyrics advertise MidiNotate with barely an apology.

I'm attaching the MIDI file here. Tell me, honestly, whether you think this is totally tasteless but a good idea, or totally tasteless and a bad idea.

<center><table border=1><tr><td>Mozart's 40th with tacky lyrics
Mozart's40th.mid (29.8 k)</td></tr></table></center>

David, I expect to hear from you.

Cheers
-- Mark

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