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I love Midi, what can I say. It's small, manipulatetable and most computers that have sound have 128 midi sounds built In to the motherboard or soundcard.

Some or most have banks which consist of 128 sounds per bank. GM stands for general midi /me salutes the general

Example and Explanation.  <------ Hot Link to Midi Explanations.

A Song I wrote this morning In a few different styles.

The chords actually go 

1:

| EM7 . . . | Co7 . . . | Bm . . . | B7sus . B9sus Bm7 |

| Em . . . | C . . . | B . . . | B9 . B+7 . |

2:

| C . . . | Am . . . | B . . . | B . B Asus2 |

| G . . . | A . . . | B . . . | B . B B |

3:

| C . . . | D . . . | E . E . | E . E . |

| C . . . | D . . . | E . . . | E7sus . Esus . |
 

 

ECBCDEbarouqePeaceB.mid

ECBCDEpianoPyrimid.mid

ECBCDEdreamDance.mid

ECBCDEreggae.mid

ECBCDEsubmerged.mid

ECBCDEtomsBeatLikeBass.mid

ECBCDEcomedy.mid

Edited by Dodge
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