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Hi All,

I've been looking at a .Net Midi Library and the only links I can find to the original article/source point towards GotDotNet, which no longer has any content (and doesn't redirect me to anything useful, thanks Microsoft)...

I can find the dll on non-MS sites which have copies, but it's important that I get an official site so that I can correctly attribute what I do with it!  

So does anybody know where I can find toub.sound.midi.dll on a MS site?



Posted 24-Nov-09 11:26am

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Solution 1

I had a look for this a few months ago but couldn't find it anywhere. I was looking as I'm writing my own MIDI wrapper for C# (nearly finished - article should be available here in the next few weeks!).

The only complete thing I've found is Leslie Sanford's C# MIDI Toolkit which is available on this site - there isn't much explanation of the wrapper code as he focuses on the use of the wrapper rather than the implementation - but studying the code should give you a few pointers.

If it's PInvoke signatures you're after then let me know which ones and I'll post them here as I have them all working and properly declared.


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