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  1. http://www.mediafire.com/download/a3r1l2g6og3labl/D_ROMERO.mid

    Does anyone recognize this song? It is 44.2KB and is 2 minutes and 42 seconds long. There is no identification in the tracks info in a MIDI editor.

    It has a 90s dance type groove and instrument selection as well.

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    2. Gez

      Gez

      Jimmy said:

      You'll find most of his stuff here: http://www.mediafire.com/?cjmgmuu2gx2lm


      For info, he gave titles to 94 and 95, they are "Depth Charge" and "Neighbouring Tribes":
      http://doomwiki.org/w/index.php?title=Back_to_Saturn_X&curid=16262&diff=98095&oldid=94904

    3. stewboy

      stewboy

      I should check /blogs more often! Also it seems I should probably start putting in some identification info in the track names. I just tend to leave them all as 'piano'.
      Where did you get the midi from? I wasn't aware of any projects that used it. Not that there's any problem with using it, but I'm curious.

      Memfis: Thanks! <3

    4. Gez

      Gez

      stewboy said:

      Also it seems I should probably start putting in some identification info in the track names. I just tend to leave them all as 'piano'.


      Definitely! Especially since I've made SLADE 3 display that information according to the MIDI standard.

      (Which allowed me to find out that most MIDI composers don't seem to care about these standards. There are seven different standard text "events" in MIDI, which are, from 1 to 7, "generic text", "copyright", "track title", "lyrics", "marker", and "cue point". Generally I find everything is declared as "track title". Sometimes I've seen a copyright field used for the track title, and a track title field used for the author's name.)

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