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Old 09-26-2017, 08:37 AM
Reinhold H. Reinhold H. is offline
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Default MIDI Export Options in notation musician 3 and notation composer 3

In notation musician 3 and notation composer 3 the MIDI Export options have been significantly enhanced compared to the export in previous versions. In general the export philisophy is that the best MIDI event sequence is the one which already exists in the MIDI file. If this is the case, the MIDI event sequence is kept and untouched in an export. The reason is that good MIDI files usually have been professionally created with MIDI tools.

However, beyond this basic philosophy version 3 offers additional options to provide the best sound in the MIDI export event sequence. When exporting a song in the MIDI format please see which export options exist. In the attached zip-file you will find samples of the various MIDI format options and the according MIDI event sequences in illustrated png files.

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