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  • Subject: [mg77798] Re: MIDI and MATHEMATICA
  • From: "Steve Luttrell" <steve at>
  • Date: Sun, 17 Jun 2007 06:01:49 -0400 (EDT)
  • References: <f505et$qs8$>

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Steve Luttrell
West Malvern, UK

"mumat" <csarami at> wrote in message 
news:f505et$qs8$1 at
> Hi all,
> I see Mathematica has done a lot of manuers on MIDI. They also
> released Wolfram Tunes... which was supposed to be a master piece
> generated by the WebMathematica.
> After many emails, I have not found any documentation about
> generating Midi files using mathematica.
> I have matrix. every row represent an instruments and the entries are
> the ordered pairs of the form ( note_i, Dureation_i) . how can I
> implement this?
> Matrix is generated by mathematica of course.
> Is that possible to play two or more instruments together using
> mathematica? If learning j/link or MathLink is a must to do this!
> Which one is eaier to learn: J/Link or MathLink. For doing music/midi
> computations which one do you recommand?
> I really appreciated whoever answer this question for me. I don't mind
> paying some money to learn that... it became an obsession for me after
> so many years ... i still cannot do this.
> Best regards,
> c.s.

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