MIDI File Disassembler/Assembler
by Jeff Glatt
(Jeff Glatt Website)

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Operating System: Windows NT/95
File Size: 140 K
License: Freeware (All Free software)
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Tags : txt | mid | text | convert | midi

Software Description

A Windows 95/NT program to convert MIDI files into readable text files that you can view and edit with any text editor. This also goes the other way, converting the text file back into a new MIDI file with any changes you made. But it's more than that. It features much more processing of the MIDI data, allowing you to filter out any particular types of data, or filter by MIDI channel or note range, or remap note numbers, or scale volume, or delay tracks, etc. In order to use this program, you must first download and install the MidiFile DLL and GenMidi DLL.

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Software Development

Nice , but downloading is giving problem i.e., link is breakingdown though net is connected properly

Need help!

Anyone got an idea of what application I can use to chop off a bit at the end of a midi file?

Flog Bass patch from Yamaha W7

Can anyone tell me if it's possible to extract or clone the voice "Flog Bass" patch on the Yamaha W7 and use it as a sound in Cakewalk on the PC?

I have searched for ages trying to find if this very good bass sound shape is available anywhere as an external patch - and I know nothing about how to use dis-assemblers.
Any help most gratefully received
Thanks
Laurie Prior

Midi/assembler/DOS command line

I tried to make a midi file from a text file using DOS command line. But I keep getting "can't read the file"
error. When I tried with Windows interface, it worked fine. Is there anything I need to do
(such as changing file attributes... etc.) so that DOS command line can work for Midi assembler?
Thank you.

Help....

I downloaded both the genmidi dll and the midi file dll and now the program says i need to get an updated version of the midifile.dll in order to install the program. can someone help me? has anyone else had this problem? how can this be solved?

ricercafilemidi

Sono alla ricercadi un file midi contenente i parametri
di default da reinserire in un sint yamaha TX81Z
in alternativa andrebbe bene anche l' editor YS100_1
Se qualcuno trova il mio messaggio è può aiutarmi
ringrazio fin d'ora

Where to download

: i'm not satisfied at all ! i click on this link and
: i cans see were and how get the program !

Try going directly to my web site at http://www.borg.com/~jglatt and looking under "Software Programs".

MIDI dis/assembler

If you are having trouble, get the file and components at:
http://www.borg.com/~jglatt/progs/software.htm

Re: MIDI dis/assembler

: If you are having trouble, get the file and components at:
: http://www.borg.com/~jglatt/progs/software.htm

midi/assembler/disassembler

i downloaded this prgram and it says i need to install something else first called genmidi library first. where do i get that?

Re: midi/assembler/disassembler

there are a couple of dll's that you need to download to run the program. I have tried but the ftp site seems to be down

i have them on disk but it is at another location i will move them tomorrow and then check back here if you are interested I can e-mail them to you

Re: midi/assembler/disassembler

: i downloaded this prgram and it says i need to install something else first called genmidi library first. where do i get that?

Converting .mid (Midi) files to .wav (Wave)

Can anyone tell me where I can find a software to do this,
please? Thanks, Chalk.

Re: Converting .mid (Midi) files to .wav (Wave)

: Can anyone tell me where I can find a software to do this,
: please? Thanks, Chalk.

Chalk, CAKEWALK AudioPro Ver. 9 can do it all and even converts waves to MP3 format all in one package. This is what I use and it works "GREAT"

Matt

Re: Converting .mid (Midi) files to .wav (Wave)

: Can anyone tell me where I can find a software to do this,
: please? Thanks, Chalk.

Thanks/Suggestion

Thank you for Midi Dis/Assembler. It's extremely
useful and--best of all--it works perfectly the
first time.

I have a suggestion. I got an error message after
cut and pasted two text files together and then
tried to "assemble" my new text file into a MIDI.

The message referred to a time signature in Line 5731
(it's a big file). I fixed the problem by starting
the process all over again, using backup copies of my
original MIDI files. Apparently, I had cut some data
out by mistake.

However, if there were some way to search for "Line
5731" in the text file, I could have discovered the
error and fixed it in the new text file (which, of
course, is the beauty of being able to turn MIDI
into text in the first place). Can you devise a way
to search a text file by line number? This would
make your program even more versatile (not that I'm
complaining!)

Re: Thanks/Suggestion

:I have a suggestion. If there were some way to search for "Line 5731" in the text file

Ah. That's the job of the text editor. After all, that's the tool you use to display and edit the text file. (My utility does only the conversion of MIDI to text, and vice versa). Most text editors allow you to specify the line that you wish to jump to. Yours may well do that already. Check the menus for such a command. If not, I highly recommend the Programmer's File Editor (PFE), a freeware Windows text editor that has this, and many more features. I use this to edit my text files.

Assembler for windows

Could you send me Assembler for windows or tell me where do i find it?, please.
my e-mail is ogruizr@yahoo.com

Re: Assembler for windows

Could you send me Assembler for windows or tell me where do i find it?, please.

Re: Assembler for windows

: Could you send me Assembler for windows or tell me where do i find it?, please.
: my e-mail is takeda8@briefcase.com

DLL problem

couldn't download the two DLL's... said the server returned extended information... please advise.

Carl

Re: DLL problem

: couldn't download the two DLL's... said the server returned extended information... please advise.

: Carl

yes, what about the dll´s. they wont get downloaded.

Re: midi /assembler / disassembler

: i'm not satisfied at all ! i click on this link and
: i cans see were and how get the program !

: http://www.hitsquad.com/smm/programs/MIDI_File_Disassembler_Assembler/download.shtml

Hola

Hola, soy tecladista chileno, el problema es que tengo varios midis en formatos 1, 2 y
necesito pasarlos a formato 0 ( cero) poruqe tengo un teclado casio ctk ex11 el cual lee archivos midis en disketera.
pero solo lee archivos midis formato cero. He bajado el sw. que usetedes tienen pero me llega mal. seria posible que ustedes me dijeran como instalarlo porque me pide el midifile.dll y
no se como obtenerlo.
si ustedes me lo pudieran a esta cuenta, seria de gran utilidad.
Gracias. cristian salazar concha.

Re: midi /assembler / disassembler

>i click on this link and
>i cans see were and how get the program !

Try going to http://www.borg.com/~jglatt , click on "Software Programs", and you'll find the latest version available for download.

Converters!

I am looking for a program that converts MIDI files
into sheet music. I remeber seeing a program that did
this about 3 years ago. Where did it go. Help!

Many Converters

Actually there are coming to be more and more ways, to convert things several directions. Even scanning sheet music to MIDI files, or using audio input to generate MIDI sequences. Of course, fiduring out MIDI in general is plenty o' fun in itself!
Cakewalk as well as Voyetra's Digital Orchestrator will display a "Score view" of MIDI ... I even had a utility like them that was bundled with a sound card, that would do this. Most of them might print out the score ...
HOWEVER none of these wares are yet "complete", each appeals to certain types of users, AND when scoring MIDI events, it never seems to appear in notation as you'd expect, might even come out different every time.
Cakewalk is NOT the only vendor offering this, but now there are sheet music notation wares intended to make more or less presentable prints of music ... I've seen two or more that will play as you make the score, allowing you to arrange as you go before printing a final. There is at least some means of making certain crucial MIDI event settings within the program ... the point is to pick a program that allows you to export a MIDI file, which then might benefit from further work in a MIDI sequencing editor ware, and that will also open a MIDI file and convert it into sheet notation -- but again, good luck with that direction!
With these notation wares, at least one has better arranging/editing control in a notation style environ than the MIDI editors ever seem to provide. A MIDI file exported from this method will generally convert back perfectly to recogniseable sensible sheet music when that MIDI file is opened again in the same ware.
But there are getting to be many utilities of all sorts for all platforms. Even simple DOS level utes to tear apart and put together MIDI files, work with instrument defintions, and tools at every computing level on up. I found this discussion here, at www.hitsquad.com, and it's one of very many web sites with utes and links &c.
Some patience and a good search engine ought to unearth a number of things to try out til you find some good toys and tools.

Re: Converters!

Yup, it is called Voyetra Digital Orchestrator, Only 70 dollars, really nice, I have it

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