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How does one actually make an MIDI file work, as in, what determines the octave and the length of each note? How does the notation form a note correctly? My main software to work with this is Starbound Composer, a MIDI file renderer for the Chucklefish game Starbound.

(I'm asking about something like this segment: 3/4 ^G,3/4 [^D3^D,3/2] =G,3/2 [c/4C,/4] C/4 [d3/8^A,/8] G; taken straight from A Little Fight Mewsic by Homestuck)

Note: I'm actually hand-making the music from total scratch. Knowing no other way, I'm going to render it as a .wav using Starbound Composer, and then use Audacity to render it to .MP3

Has sequel: http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/35759/note-positioning-abc-files-and-note-lengthNote Positioning: .abc files and note length

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How does one actually make an MIDI file work, as in, what determines the octave and the length of each note? How does the notation form a note correctly? My main software to work with this is Starbound Composer, a MIDI file renderer for the Chucklefish game Starbound.

(I'm asking about something like this segment: 3/4 ^G,3/4 [^D3^D,3/2] =G,3/2 [c/4C,/4] C/4 [d3/8^A,/8] G; taken straight from A Little Fight Mewsic by Homestuck)

Note: I'm actually hand-making the music from total scratch. Knowing no other way, I'm going to render it as a .wav using Starbound Composer, and then use Audacity to render it to .MP3

Has sequel: http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/35759/note-positioning-abc-files-and-note-length

Inverse of this question: Transcribing a Standard MIDI File to sheet music

How does one actually make an MIDI file work, as in, what determines the octave and the length of each note? How does the notation form a note correctly? My main software to work with this is Starbound Composer, a MIDI file renderer for the Chucklefish game Starbound.

(I'm asking about something like this segment: 3/4 ^G,3/4 [^D3^D,3/2] =G,3/2 [c/4C,/4] C/4 [d3/8^A,/8] G; taken straight from A Little Fight Mewsic by Homestuck)

Note: I'm actually hand-making the music from total scratch. Knowing no other way, I'm going to render it as a .wav using Starbound Composer, and then use Audacity to render it to .MP3

Has sequel: Note Positioning: .abc files and note length

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How does one actually make an MIDI file work, as in, what determines the octave and the length of each note? How does the notation form a note correctly? My main software to work with this is Starbound Composer, a MIDI file renderer for the Chucklefish game Starbound.

(I'm asking about something like this segment: 3/4 ^G,3/4 [^D3^D,3/2] =G,3/2 [c/4C,/4] C/4 [d3/8^A,/8] G; taken straight from A Little Fight Mewsic by Homestuck)

Note: I'm actually hand-making the music from total scratch. Knowing no other way, I'm going to render it as a .wav using Starbound Composer, and then use Audacity to render it to .MP3

Has sequel: http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/35759/note-positioning-abc-files-and-note-length

Inverse of this question: http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/10461/transcribing-a-standard-midi-file-to-sheet-music?newreg=30044a464a3f44799ca4255a3641b69b

How does one actually make an MIDI file work, as in, what determines the octave and the length of each note? How does the notation form a note correctly? My main software to work with this is Starbound Composer, a MIDI file renderer for the Chucklefish game Starbound.

(I'm asking about something like this segment: 3/4 ^G,3/4 [^D3^D,3/2] =G,3/2 [c/4C,/4] C/4 [d3/8^A,/8] G; taken straight from A Little Fight Mewsic by Homestuck)

Note: I'm actually hand-making the music from total scratch. Knowing no other way, I'm going to render it as a .wav using Starbound Composer, and then use Audacity to render it to .MP3

Inverse of this question: http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/10461/transcribing-a-standard-midi-file-to-sheet-music?newreg=30044a464a3f44799ca4255a3641b69b

How does one actually make an MIDI file work, as in, what determines the octave and the length of each note? How does the notation form a note correctly? My main software to work with this is Starbound Composer, a MIDI file renderer for the Chucklefish game Starbound.

(I'm asking about something like this segment: 3/4 ^G,3/4 [^D3^D,3/2] =G,3/2 [c/4C,/4] C/4 [d3/8^A,/8] G; taken straight from A Little Fight Mewsic by Homestuck)

Note: I'm actually hand-making the music from total scratch. Knowing no other way, I'm going to render it as a .wav using Starbound Composer, and then use Audacity to render it to .MP3

Has sequel: http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/35759/note-positioning-abc-files-and-note-length

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How does one actually make an MIDI file work, as in, what determines the octave and the length of each note? How does the notation form a note correctly? My main software to work with this is Starbound Composer, a MIDI file renderer for the Chucklefish game Starbound.

(I'm asking about something like this segment: 3/4 ^G,3/4 [^D3^D,3/2] =G,3/2 [c/4C,/4] C/4 [d3/8^A,/8] G; taken straight from A Little Fight Mewsic by Homestuck)

Note: I'm actually hand-making the music from total scratch. Knowing no other way, I'm going to render it as a .wav using Starbound Composer, and then use Audacity to render it to .MP3

Inverse of this question: http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/10461/transcribing-a-standard-midi-file-to-sheet-music?newreg=30044a464a3f44799ca4255a3641b69b

How does one actually make an MIDI file work, as in, what determines the octave and the length of each note? My main software to work with this is Starbound Composer, a MIDI file renderer for the Chucklefish game Starbound.

Note: I'm actually hand-making the music from total scratch. Knowing no other way, I'm going to render it as a .wav using Starbound Composer, and then use Audacity to render it to .MP3

Inverse of this question: http://music.stackexchange.com/questions/10461/transcribing-a-standard-midi-file-to-sheet-music?newreg=30044a464a3f44799ca4255a3641b69b

How does one actually make an MIDI file work, as in, what determines the octave and the length of each note? How does the notation form a note correctly? My main software to work with this is Starbound Composer, a MIDI file renderer for the Chucklefish game Starbound.

(I'm asking about something like this segment: 3/4 ^G,3/4 [^D3^D,3/2] =G,3/2 [c/4C,/4] C/4 [d3/8^A,/8] G; taken straight from A Little Fight Mewsic by Homestuck)

Note: I'm actually hand-making the music from total scratch. Knowing no other way, I'm going to render it as a .wav using Starbound Composer, and then use Audacity to render it to .MP3

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