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It seems to me what you really want is an audio interface so you can simultaneously run your guitar and mic into a digital device for recording/sharing. I have one with two input channels that take both guitar cord and XLR mic cable, and a USB output which also serves to power the unit. It only has level controls, no EQ or pan, but is bundled with mixing ...


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The times are not in milliseconds, they're in midi ticks which you can convert to seconds with the function tick2second(ticks, ticks_per_beat, tempo). Your code should look something like this: from mido import MidiFile from mido import tick2second mid = MidiFile('input.mid') for i, track in enumerate(mid.tracks): total_time = 0 for msg in track: ...


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If you're OK with C# instead of Python, you can use DryWetMIDI library. The code to take first 10 seconds of a MIDI file is super easy: var midiFile = MidiFile.Read("My MIDI file.mid"); var newMidiFile = midiFile.TakePart(new MetricTimeSpan(0, 0, 10)); newMidiFile.Write("10sec version.mid");


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