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Old 05-28-2012, 07:25 PM
admiralnelson admiralnelson is offline
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Default Merging midi files

Does anyone know how to merge two midi files into composer. I tried using select all (file 1) , cut and then paste into file 2. This worked as far as the cut and paste went but the pasted file took the attributes of the channels from file 1. I would have assumed that file 2 would have pasted its own attributes, including any changes to the instruments. What this means is that say you had a clarinet on channel 1 in File 1 and a trumpet on channel 1 in file 2. When pasted it appears that the file 2 trumpet disappears and the pasted file takes on the clarinet.

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