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Lorane wrote: October 6th, 2004
I just discovered HoHo (used to use AlarmMaster). I then went hunting for midi web sites and found a site and downloaded a few midi songs. However, their file size is greater than 64kb and they are long - 3-4 minutes - probably the whole song is included. Can anyone give a musical novice a suggestion on how to edit the midi file to include just about 30 seconds or so of it?
thanks for your help.
Lorane, a complete musical idiot, but who loves to listen!

Lorane wrote: October 6th, 2004
OK - I'm going to answer my own question in case someone else has the same one.

Go to www.anvilstudio.com and download their free midi editor.

Play MIDI, pause to where you want your midi to begin
FILE--->TRUNCATE SONG--->DELETE FROM START TO CURRENT POSITION. Play track, pause to where you want your midi to end. FILE---->TRUNCATE SONG--->DELETE FROM CURRENT POSITION TO END. Do FILE----> Export Midi 0 File - save to new filename.

zakariae wrote: October 27th, 2004
Thanks Lorane, it works very goog ;-)

Shirley wrote: November 8th, 2004
thnx Lorane, it was helpful!

Barros wrote: November 12th, 2004
Thanks, that's just what i needed.

Phil wrote: November 30th, 2004
Thanks from me too. Been trying to figure this out for awhile...

Josh wrote: April 2nd, 2005

karl wrote: April 19th, 2005
yay i'll add my thanks too

nasty wrote: February 22nd, 2006
thanx ...it works great }{

Sujan wrote: May 4th, 2006
Its been of great help. Thanks buddy....

David wrote: May 24th, 2006
Thanks man! Hey it's funny: you ask the question, you answer yourself, and everyone is glad about it!

Steven wrote: June 7th, 2006
Lorane, you've saved my life! Many thanks from me too!

Sameer wrote: September 3rd, 2006
Thanks Lorane
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