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  • (MIDI FILE) MIDI files or MIDI sequences are special files to store MIDI data created by MIDI sequencers. MIDI files usually have a .mid extension, (unless they are saved in the proprietary extended format of the sequencer program). MIDI files don't contain any sounds (like .
  • Computer or synthesiser generated music file. Midi files usually have .mid as their suffix and can also programmed with karaoke lyrics to become .kar files.
  • (MIDI file) MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface), , is an industry-standard protocol that enables electronic musical instruments (synthesizers, drum machines), computers and other electronic equipment (MIDI controllers, sound cards, samplers) to communicate and synchronize with each other
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  • A sound made by a mobile phone when an incoming call is received
  • A ringtone or ring tone is the sound made by a telephone to indicate an incoming call or text message. Not literally a tone, the term is most often used today to refer to customizable sounds used on mobile phones.
  • (Ringtone (song)) Internet Leaks is the third EP from "Weird Al" Yankovic. It was released digitally on August 25, 2009, although all of the songs were initially released as separate digital singles between October 2008 and August 2009.
  • (Ringtone (film)) Ringtone is a 2010 Malayalam film by Ajmal starring Suresh Gopi, Bala and debutant Megha Nair.
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Alfred's Group Piano for Adults Student Book 1 (Second Edition): An Innovative Method Enhanced With Audio and Midi Files for Practice and Performance (Alfred's Group Piano for Adults)
Alfred's Group Piano for Adults Student Book 1 (Second Edition): An Innovative Method Enhanced With Audio and Midi Files for Practice and Performance (Alfred's Group Piano for Adults)
The Second Edition of Alfred's Group Piano for Adults, Book 1, includes updates inspired by numerous recommendations from group piano teachers and students. This book includes a CD-ROM containing both Audio and General MIDI Files of the 500+ accompaniments included in the text, each with an interesting and engaging arrangement coupled with the piano part. Designed for collegiate non-keyboard music majors with little or no keyboard experience, the easy-to-use text contains 26 units, each intended to be covered in one week, thus fulfilling two semesters or three quarters of study. Theory, technique, sight-reading, repertoire, harmonization, improvisation and ensemble activities are taught thoroughly and consistently throughout the text. Book 1 is 360 pages.

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Day 116 - Moonwalker
Day 116 - Moonwalker
Day 116 just so happens to fall on June 25th 2011, and it's no coincidence that I've inducted this game today into my 25 years of gaming photo album... Today is 2 years since the king of pop passed away, and again R.I.P Michael Jackson. I still get a shot of energy, a smile, and an extra urge to move to the beat whenever I hear your music too this day. Michael Jackson's Moonwalker was definitely a stand out game at it's time, released at the dawn of the 90's. This was a short while after most of Michael Jackson's most memorable hits were released, but Michael Jackson was still pretty much the biggest pop culture icon of the time, and as such many many kids my age wanted to be him when we was growing up, he was just TOO COOL. I bet for a lot of us, Michael Jackson's Moonwalker was likely the first video game we played based on a real life celebrity too. "Moonwalker" has you roaming side scrolling levels in search of kids that have been kidnapped. Each stage has you faced with a big number of enemies for you to take care of with a variety of trademark Michael Jackson dance moves, along with the ability to initiate some set piece dances involving enemies that will finish off all the enemies on a screen at the time [that was always amusing]. I still think it's pretty cool how this game gives you a decent number of Michael Jackson moves to play with, whether they be attacks or just for show. The reason for this is the fact you could sort of play the game in you're own way. You could simply patrol the levels and complete your goals as quick and efficient as possible, or you could actively seek out moments to do elaborate dances, or try to choreograph certain moves you had to the song playing for that stage, a nice little example of finding your own fun within a game. Speaking of the music though. I got WAY too excited back in the day over the Midi versions of several Michael Jackson hits that played throughout the games stages. It would be unthinkable and 'off the wall' to think of this game without having Michael Jackson tunes backing it up. The music made the difficulty more bearable too, because back in my own imaginative child prime I was enjoying 2 things at once; listening to (simplified) Michael Jackson music, and playing a video game. I never completed this game as a kid, and still haven't too this day. The game was quite challenging, especially to try and memorise all the locations of were the kids you had to save where. In fact, one day, I'll have to throw a Michael Jackson themed party/ night out, and have pre-drinks whilst me and several friends who desire to finally be able to say they've completed this game get that closure :). Along with some form of drinking game to go along with watching Michael Jackson's number 1 music videos, or more fittingly the film "Moonwalker". I also never knew of the in-game robot transformation you could do if you caught a shooting star until I saw it shown off a few years ago in an "Angry Video Game Nerd" video. Another "I've never" is the fact that I've never come across the Arcade version of this game in real life (slightly different game too), but I'd definitely like to play at some point. Now, excuse me whilst I go jam to some more classic Michael Jackson hits. OWWWWW! Cha'mone!
Drumming At Home - Part 3
Drumming At Home - Part 3
I fire up the old Roland TD10 drum module and Alesis MIDI/USB pad to lay down a simple beat. The music heard in the clip is a simple MIDI file embedded in the TD10 module.

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Power Tools for GarageBand: Creating Music with Audio Recording, MIDI Sequencing, and Loops
Apple's GarageBand is the hottest and most accessible digital music software available today, giving musicians of all levels an affordable tool to create extraordinary sounds. Power Tools for GarageBand teaches pros and aspiring artists how to get the most out of this software - offering in-depth lessons, tips, and tricks to create music using loops, MIDI sequencing, and audio recording. With these power tools in hand, the sonically inclined can create ultraphonic designs.

Apple's GarageBand is the hottest and most accessible digital music software available today, giving musicians of all levels an affordable tool to create extraordinary sounds. Power Tools for GarageBand teaches pros and aspiring artists how to get the most out of this software - offering in-depth lessons, tips, and tricks to create music using loops, MIDI sequencing, and audio recording. With these power tools in hand, the sonically inclined can create ultraphonic designs.

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