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Wim Dijkgraaf

Sending MIDI directly

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Snippet or PS (preview score):

(ps 'gm
    :p (list '((s a4 leg d5 leg fs4 leg d5 leg g4 leg d5)
               (s a4 leg d5 leg fs4 leg d5 leg g4 leg d5)
               (s a4 leg d5 leg cs5 leg b4 leg a4 leg g4 leg)
               (s fs4 leg d4 leg e4 leg cs4 leg e d4))
             '((e fs3 d3 e3)
               (e fs3 d3 e3)
               (e fs3 g3 a3)
               (e d3 a2 d2)))
    :key-signature '(d maj)
    :time-signature '(3 8 1)
    :tempo 112)

 

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