Dec 052017
 
A simple notation-based Windows musical editing/creation program.

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MIDI Studio V3.1 - Windows 3.1 MIDI sequencer
Create and play MIDI files on your sound card
Features - Supports all major cards Roland,
SoundBlaster (MIDI & FM), Adlib, etc.
Do not need a synthesizer to play.
Uses musical staff and musical notation.
Draws notes on the screen as it plays and
records.


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MIDI Studio V3.1 - Windows 3.1 MIDI sequencer
Create and play MIDI files on your sound card
Features - Supports all major cards Roland,
SoundBlaster (MIDI & FM), Adlib, etc.
Do not need a synthesizer to play.
Uses musical staff and musical notation.
Draws notes on the screen as it plays and
records.
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MIDI Studio V3.1
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Thanks for trying MIDI Studio. This file covers some information
about the package and how to install it.

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The Contents of this file
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1. Features of MIDI Studio

2. Installing MIDI Studio

3. Information about the Windows Interface Drivers

4. Contacting Sounds Great Software

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Features
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Standard music notation

Uses standard .MID ( MIDI ) files.

Music can be put into the application with the mouse, through
a keyboard, or from existing standard MIDI files.
MIDI Studio can display whole, half, quarter, eighth, sixteenth,
and thirty-second notes and rests. Each note or
rest has a default duration. The actual duration
of a note or rest can be adjusted.
Flat, sharp, or natural symbols for each note.
Key Signature on the staff.
Time Signature on the staff.
View two, three, or four bars of a song in the staff area.
Three options for mouse input:
Align to Beat - The note is automatically aligned to the
nearestthirty-second beat.
Sequential - The note is appended to the end of the
current track.
Free form - The note is placed on the nearest beat to
where the mouse was clicked.

Control Panel
The Control Panel provides buttons and Faders that let
you access some of the features of MIDI Studio.
Buttons to see the next and previous bars.
Buttons to play the current bars, the whole song, and
to stop play.
Buttons to turn tracks on or off, and check boxes that
display track status at all times.
Note Bar - To easily change the current note.
Buttons to clear and refresh the screen.
Faders to control tempo and velocity.
Buttons to start and stop recording for a synthesizer.

Voice Information
Voice information about any synthesizer can be set up in
ordinary files. MIDI Studio uses these files to
let you set the voices for each song.
Voice information can be set up and saved for each song.
Voice information is sent to the synthesizer when a song
is played.

' Cut and paste ' ability for groups of notes.

Extensive on-line help.


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Installation
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Unzip the files into their own directory.

MStudio.ini is the initialization file for the system. Copy it to
your windows directory ( C:\WINDOWS ).

Run MSTUDIO.EXE

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Windows Interface Drivers
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Unless you have used othe MIDI tools in the past, the MIDI drivers
for your sound board may noy be installed. The Windows control panel
is used to install drivers. It can usually be found in the Main
Windows control group, or use the File/Run menu items to run the
control.exe program.

Double click on the Drivers icon in the control panel. The Drivers
currently installed on your computer will be listed. If there is no
listing for a driver for your sound board choose the Add button.

A list of some of the most popular drivers will be presented. If a
driver for your sound board is shown, double click on it. You will be
asked to insert one of the Windows diskettes so that the driver can
be copied on to your computer. If there is no driver for your sound
board listed, the best place to look for it is the disks that came
with your sound board. Choose the "Unlisted or updated driver" line
and insert each disk that came with your board. If a driver is found,
the name will be shown toyou and you will be asked if you want to
install the driver.

Windows needs to be restarted after the driver has been installed.

The driver that you installed should now show as an option on the
Config... dialog inside MIDI Studio. If the device is capable of
play and record, it will show on both the play and record lists.
If it is a play only device, such as SB PRO FM or Adlib, it
will show on the play list only.

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4. Contacting Sounds Great Software
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If you have any feedback or questions contact us at:

Sounds Great Software
2723 Morley Tr N.W.
Calgary, Alberta
Canada T2P 4G7

Compuserve ID: 74021,31



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