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MIDI Edit is a full featured MIDI sequencer that runs in Windows 3.0. It uses standard MIDI files, so the resulting sequences can be used almost anywhere.
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MIDI Edit is a full featured MIDI sequencer that runs in Windows 3.0. It uses standard MIDI files, so the resulting sequences can be used almost anywhere.
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CHINESE.MID 12217 1903 deflated
GREENSL.MID 16642 4933 deflated
MIDIEDIT.EXE 129024 48896 deflated
MIDIEDIT.HLP 61385 27942 deflated
MIDILIB.DLL 16384 7162 deflated
MIN-G.MID 5503 2824 deflated
README 5239 2124 deflated
SONGS.DOC 1367 682 deflated

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MIDI Edit Version 1.0
For Microsoft Windows 3.0
(C) Dan McKee, 1991

MIDI Edit is a full featured MIDI sequencer that runs in Windows 3.0. It
uses standard MIDI files, so the resulting sequences can be used almost

Major features include:
- imports Adlib ROL files
- up to 64 tracks
- runs in ALL Windows modes (including enhanced mode)
- will play songs in the background
- very powerful editing commands
- unique piano roll style notation for editing
- full online help
- supports standard MIDI files

MIDI Edit is ShareWare - not AnnoyWare or FreeWare.


The following equipment is required to use MIDI Edit:
- PC running Microsoft Windows 3.0 or above (any mode)
- a mouse (not strictly required, but very handy)
- a Roland MPU-401 MIDI interface (or compatible)
- a MIDI Keyboard
- some MIDI noise boxes

Actually the above list is somewhat misleading. All you really need is a
PC and Windows. However it is difficult to play or record without some
MIDI equipment.



Simply create a directory and copy the files into it. You should have the
following files:
MIDIEDIT.EXE - MIDI Edit executable
MIDILIB.DLL - DLL which runs the MIDI hardware
MIDIEDIT.HLP - the online help file
README - this file
SONGS.DOC - explanation and credits on sample songs
MIN-G.MID - Bach's Minuet in G (kind of)
GREENSL.MID - Nice arrangement of Greensleeves
CHINESE.MID - Chinese Dance from the Nutcracker

Add an icon to program manager using the File New command of program
manager. Double click on the icon to start MIDI Edit.

MIDI Edit will display a quick introductory screen which will only appear
once! As it says, use the MIDI Configure command to configure MIDI Edit
for your hardware. Help contains a topic Quick Start which may also be



MIDI Edit is not a free program, but is being distributed under the
ShareWare concept. This allows you to evaluate the program to determine
whether it is worth anything, and then buy it if you are going to use it.
You must register the program if you are going to use it.

The version of MIDI Edit you have is fully featured and is in no way
crippled. There are no annoying message boxes that appear reminding you to
register either. Please respect this. If you use MIDI Edit after a
reasonable evaluation period of two weeks, register the program. If you
don't think you can afford to send me $25, check out the other options
listed in the help. If you don't think MIDI Edit is worth the money, let
me know this too, and I'll see if I can satisfy you with the next release.

Please send all correspondence to:
Dan McKee
69 Rancliffe Road
Oakville, Ontario
L6H 1B1


Legal Stuff

MIDI Edit is a copyrighted program. It may not be changed or modified in
any way except by the author. MIDI Edit may be freely distributed so long
as all files are included and no money is charged. A small copying fee not
exceeding $10 US is charged.

All warranties are disclaimed, including damage to hardware and/or software
from use of this program. In no event will I be liable to you for any
damages, including lost profits, lost savings or other incidental or
consequential damages arising out of your use or inability to use the
program, or any other claim by any other party. In any event, the extent
of my liability is limited to amount of money received by me from you.

Every effort has been made to ensure that MIDI Edit is as clean and free of
bugs as possible. However, no program can ever be guaranteed to be free of
all defects.



I have written another Windows based MIDI program which will be released
shortly. This program is still in need of a name, but I can tell you what
it does. It is a MID file player for Windows. You can use this program to
build albums of songs to play, which are then played in the background
while you do something "useful" with your computer. Watch for it soon.



I truly hope you enjoy MIDI Edit. Please help me distribute this program
as widely as possible by making sure all your favorite bulletin boards
have a copy. Look for future enhancements of the program coming soon to a
BBS near you.

Dan McKee
October 1, 1991


Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Corporation.
Adlib is a trademark of Adlib Incorporated.

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