Club MIDI 1.1.6
One window holds one standard MIDI file, and displays its current tempo, System Exclusive status, Control Change status and Voice Name, Panpot, Pitch Bend, Level for each MIDI channel.
The list window can have up to 32640 MIDI files to be played back sequentially, or in random order. This application is best for those who want to listen to music all the time.
Requirements: Macintosh with 68020 or higher/PowerPC; System7 + QuickTime or System 7.1 or later; Apple MIDI Manager or OMS (Open Music System); MIDI tone generator or QuickTime Musical Instruments.
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