It allows you to edit, play back and record standard MIDI files and may be used for desktop music.
Please read the included documentation for much more detailed information and instructions.
System requirements: System 7.0 or later. It has not been tested under earlier versions of system software. MIDIGraphy needs a sound generator to play MIDI files. As a sound generator, you can use one of following: A MIDI sound generator connected to the modem or printer port of your Macintosh. 2. QuickTime 2.0 or later with QuickTime Musical Instruments. 3. Apple MIDI Manager and a compatible sound device. 4. Open Music System 2.0 or later and a compatible sound device. MIDIGraphy is compatible with Mac OS 9.0.
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