Category : Music and Digitized Voice
Archive   : DMFX101C.ZIP
Filename : SAMPLE.MAP

 
Output of file : SAMPLE.MAP contained in archive : DMFX101C.ZIP

; Sample.MAP : an example of a custom drum map for DrumFix

; Anything after a semicolon is a comment.

; This particular map takes the whole MIDI range on a Proteus and compreses
; it to the 36 unique drum sounds, around middle C.

; DrumFix will generate a map, so that OldNote -> NewNote, where OldNote
; and NewNote are the MIDI note numbers (in decimal) for the drum sounds
; from the MFF file's drum machine and your drum machine, respectively. That
; is, if note 0 is a bass drum in the standard MIDI file and your machine
; uses note 72 for a bass drum, the map needs to contain the line
; "0 72". See below.

; Old Note --> New Note

0 72 ; Bass Drum (Reverb Kick 1)
1 72
2 72
3 72
4 72
5 72
6 72
7 72
8 72
9 72
10 72
11 72
12 72
13 72
14 72
15 72
16 72
17 72
18 72
19 72
20 72
21 72
22 72
23 72
24 72
25 72
26 72
27 72
28 72
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30 72
31 72
32 72
33 72
34 72
35 72
36 72
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