MusiNum - The Music in the Numbers
by Lars Kindermann
(Lars Kindermann Website)

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Operating System: Windows 2000/NT/98/95/3.1
File Size: 635K
License: Freeware (All Free software)
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1MB Disk Space

Last Updated: 1999-10-19
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Software Description

The Music in the Numbers creates music from sequences of numbers, using concepts of chaos and fractals. The underlying mathematics is clearly visible but not necessary to understand at all to compose your very own, unique, royalty-free music within minutes. Praised by numerous publications like New Scientist, Discovery Channel and many radio stations as one of the easiest ways to create music for beginners and professionals.

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I am a software engineer who has an interest in music. I would like to write software to synthetically generate music, record the music on a computer-generated MIDI file, and play it back on software that reads MIDI files. My question is, where do I get the specification of the MIDI file?

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: I am a software engineer who has an interest in music. I would like to write software to synthetically generate music, record the music on a computer-generated MIDI file, and play it back on software that reads MIDI files. My question is, where do I get the specification of the MIDI file?

Re: MIDI File Format

: I am a software engineer who has an interest in music. I would like to write software to synthetically generate music, record the music on a computer-generated MIDI file, and play it back on software that reads MIDI files. My question is, where do I get the specification of the MIDI file?

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