AMM FAQ - 2003-08-29

Discussion in 'alt.music.midi' started by Jim Higgins, Aug 29, 2003.

  1. Jim Higgins

    Jim Higgins Guest

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    THE OFFICIAL ALT.MUSIC.MIDI MINI-FAQ
    Last Modified: [02 Jul 2003 15:00]

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    WHAT'S NEW IN THE FAQ?
    http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html

    There's a new WAV-to-MIDI conversion program,
    MuseBook Wav2Midi. A demo version is available.
    URL is in the full FAQ.

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    This newsgroup (alt.music.midi) is the WRONG place for
    regularly posted commercial advertisements, binary
    postings of any sort, test messages, eBay ads, and
    requests for MIDI files. Occasional ads for sale of
    used PERSONAL gear are OK.

    Potential buyers of WAV-to-MID conversion software BEWARE!
    To avoid severe disappointment, try the demo and freeware
    versions before buying. Inspect the converted files very
    carefully to see that you can edit them. See the FAQ at
    http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html for more info
    and for URLs to 23 pieces of software, some free.

    This MINI-FAQ is posted weekly (Fri or Sat) to
    the newsgroup alt.music.midi to:

    1. Provide an overview of the newsgroup without the
    burden of posting the full FAQ. (142KB)

    2. Answer a few questions that are repeated so often
    that many feel like screaming when seeing them.
    (For WAV-to-MID and MID-to-WAV questions, see below)

    3. Provide a link to the full FAQ located at:
    http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html

    WHY ARE WE HERE?
    Alt.music.midi is a forum for MIDI enthusiasts to EXCHANGE
    INFORMATION concerning MIDI hardware, software and
    techniques.

    ARE YOU NEW AND LOST ON USENET?
    See http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html#0.5

    HOW CAN I CONVERT A WAV FILE TO A MIDI FILE?
    See http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html#2.07

    HOW CAN I CONVERT A MID FILE TO A WAV FILE?
    See http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html#2.08

    I HOOKED UP MY (MIDI DEVICE)TO MY COMPUTER & IT WON'T WORK.
    See http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html#2.22

    WHERE CAN I FIND A SPECIFIC MIDI SONG FILE?
    See http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html#2.01.2

    OTHER INFORMATION - MOSTLY ETIQUETTE

    Seek not to offend. Be not easily offended. Memorize this!

    Please look over the full ALT.MUSIC.MIDI FAQ and read
    a week or so worth of articles before posting questions.
    The FAQ is well indexed, with hyperlinks, and it answers
    most of the usual beginning questions and contains URLs
    pointing to websites with more advanced information.

    Do NOT post in HTML! Do NOT post attachments! Turn off
    V-Cards! Keep your signature short. Trim unnecessary quoted
    text from your replies. Limit cross-posting and responses to
    groups where it is really appropriate. Use private e-mail to
    communicate things not of general interest to the whole group.
    If helping someone requires sending a file to them, do it via
    e-mail or via posting on your web site for download.

    English is the preferred language and will reach the largest
    audience. If you don't speak English, use what you know best.
    Everyone is welcome here regardless of language.

    Requests for pirated software and help with pirated software
    are *extremely* unwelcome. Please ignore such requests if you
    see them.

    USE DESCRIPTIVE TITLES if you want your posted articles to be
    read. Don't say "Help with Urgent Problem;" say something
    specific like "Help With Sysex on Yamaha PSR-510!"

    This MINI FAQ mostly covers topics related to etiquette in the
    interest of keeping the group enjoyable for everyone to read.
    The full FAQ located at
    http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html provides a lot
    more specific MIDI-related information.

    My goal for the FAQ is that it cover the basics well enough that
    newcomers to MIDI can either find answers or find pointers to
    answers. I do not see it as a direct source of highly detailed
    advanced information. There are a number of excellent sites that
    supply this sort of information and I'll be glad to list the most
    outstanding ones in the FAQ as they come to my attention. Feel
    free to bring them to my attention.

    If you can provide a short writeup to fill in any gaps in the
    full FAQ, or have comments on the full FAQ, or on the MINI FAQ,
    please feel free to do so. Please don't e-mail me the whole
    FAQ if you make comments on it (I already have it), or copies
    of programs you think are interesting, or other large
    attachments - they will not reach me.

    If members of other MIDI newsgroups would like to have this MINI
    FAQ posted in their newsgroups please contact me.

    I'm Jim Higgins & I can be e-mailed as quasimodo at yahoo.com.
    Please use a subject like "MIDI, MIDI, MIDI, MIDI" so your mail
    doesn't get lost in the 150 spam emails I get daily.

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    Jim Higgins, quasimodo AT yahoo DOT com

    alt.music.midi FAQ - http://home.sc.rr.com/cosmogony/ammfaq.html
  2. lucylee378

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