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user picture Author: rt
Posted: Dec 17 2010 - 10:21 AM
Subject: re: re: re: tempo problem on using grid
I should probably use the Flash player instead of just the link to a MIDI file (the latter is the thing with the loudspeaker symbol). After all, there are probably more browsers capable of playing Flash than of playing MIDI files.
Author: discobolus
Posted: Dec 17 2010 - 01:17 AM
Subject: re: re: tempo problem on using grid
Possibly related: I keyed in the notes on the keyboard. I then searched for the tune and, a small loudspeaker symbol appeared that plays the notes on a piano in Windows Media Player. I then ran another session of Musipedia and tried to record the music produced from Media Player in the first session. The microphone recording was unrecognisable. I did this because my attempts at whistling were not producing usable recordings to post in the forum. Rather than post sheet music which may be offputting to some people, It would be useful to play the notes on the stave in the forum using the small loudspeaker facility.
user picture Author: rt
Posted: Jul 02 2010 - 12:00 PM
Subject: re: tempo problem on using grid
dtr wrote:
In entering Lilypond with using grid, MIDI tempo doesn't work.[tid]=0c7011848db4f494ce442f2dd16e3943

Thanks for letting me know! I'll look into it - but possibly not immediately since I am traveling.
Author: dtr
Posted: Jul 02 2010 - 07:43 AM
Subject: tempo problem on using grid
In entering Lilypond with using grid, MIDI tempo doesn't work.[tid]=0c7011848db4f494ce442f2dd16e3943
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