this is annoying

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by sk8bored83, Apr 20, 2003.

  1. sk8bored83

    sk8bored83 New Member

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    what is the difference between some types of MIDIS and type 0?
  2. steed123

    steed123 New Member

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    I am not sure but if you find out post the answer.
  3. Rankinfile

    Rankinfile Guardian Angel

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    I read somewhere on these boards that the best midi format to save in is type '0' so that's what I've been saving all my Cakewalk midis in and everything seems to be working very well.
  4. Dallas Aussi

    Dallas Aussi New Member

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    Type 0 contains all the midi data on one track - not very convenient if you want to edit your mix at a later date; type 1 has midi data on multiple tracks, just like a multitrack audio recorder.

    IMHO type 1 is better, but use whatever works for you.

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