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ryanoflandis

Parsing a MIDI

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If I had a midi file that had been created in a program such as NoteWorth Composer, and wanted to, in Java, separate it not only into tracks, but into individual notes to be stored into arrays, would that be at all possible? or would i have to program some sort of stand-alone composer program to create MidiNote objects and tracks and stuff? anyway, thanks for any tips or info that could be provided.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
You''d have to understand the file format of NoteWorthy:

http://www.wotsit.org/search.asp?page=6&s=music

2nd link down I believe.

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Guest Anonymous Poster
Just another note:
http://www.wotsit.org/search.asp?page=4&s=music

is for midi files and the first link I posted above is actually for NoteWorthy 2 (I believe)

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