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ProjectMIDI: an extensible set of small MIDI .NET programs

, 24 Jan 2006
This article describes how multiple .NET assemblies work together to control MIDI devices in a live performance environment.
projectmidi_demo.zip
setup.exe
projectmidi_src.zip
ProjectMidi_src
Connections
ProjectMidi.ico
Eula.rtf
GMSynth
Ink
Midi
MP3
Interop.QuartzTypeLib.dll
PDF
ProjectMIDI
ProjectMidi.ico
ProjectMidiInterfaces
RunTime
Assemblies
Ink
Interop.Acrobat.dll
Interop.QuartzTypeLib.dll
PDFs
Ballad of Project MIDI.pdf
Rons Sample Waltz.pdf
Sets
Sample.set
TD8
AllKits.syx
Default.TD8
TIFFs
Ballad of Project MIDI.tif
Rons Sample Waltz.tif
SampleAssembly
Setup
Setup.ism
SongSet
SubMenu
TD8
TIFF
TraceWindow
us428
VBAssembly
XP30

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rlisle
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Ron is a senior software engineer.
His hobbies include riding motorcycles, travel, and scuba diving.
 
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