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Most MIDI sequencers will be able to do this. Generally, I would expect that you will need to do something like this: load or import the MIDI file into the MIDI sequencer play the MIDI file and see if it plays as you would expect in its original state. You might have to alter the sequencer's output or MIDI mapping settings to make sure it is playing through ...


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Finally figured it out! Somehow. Thank G-d. Basically it has to do with the order in which you plug in and switch on. What I did was I switched of the piano and unplugged the MIDI cable from the interface (while Ableton was running, I think). Then plugged it back in and then switched on the piano and voila! Signal. Crazy stuff. Not my most productive ...


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The list of MIDI interfaces only shows your MIDI interface, because the piano is not a MIDI interface, it is a MIDI device sending messages to your MIDI interface. Ableton Live does not know which devices, if any, are connected to the MIDI interface via a MIDI cable. MIDI is a somewhat simpler protocol than USB, and device names and models are not (generally)...


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The documentation doesn't mention it because the comments in the script itself (in subdirectory LilyPond\usr\share\lilypond\current\ly\articulate.ly in my installation) say that swing, and several other playback features, are not implemented yet. Actually, it's hard to implement swing "correctly" unless the basic rhythm of the music is very simple. If the ...


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You needn't calculate or estimate or do fancy math. Others have measured piano string decay rates, and they're messy: Measurements have been made on a high‐quality spinet piano to determine the initial amplitude and decay characteristics of the principal harmonic components of notes covering the entire scale. Decay rates of individual components varied ...


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In MuseScore, click 'Show MIDI import'. You'll see that the Left Hand piano stave is above the Right Hand one. Select it, click the down arrow, click Apply. The RH and LH staves will now be the right way round. Or do it in the Instruments page.


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The exchange of clefs is the smaller problem. Worse is the wrong representation of the rhythm in your version! the best way to correct bad midifiles is to play it in yourself by taking some useful information you got by this bad notation. this version is in dm but there are wrong enharmonics e.g. Bb is enharmonic A# (as a result of the wrong key assignment),...


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The clefs and left hand right hand switches throughout, that's how it appears in your example. You could try this editing fix in Musescore. Add two new staffs below the existing staves. Add a new treble and bass. Cut and paste bars from the existing jumbled staves into the appropriate new staves. After all the music is copied into the right place in the new ...


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In the Musescore edit view just press "i" to open the "Instruments" dialog. Then you can rearrange the staves.


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