Midi File Player
Whilst they will play in Windows Media Player, to get the most out of these
rehearsal files you will need a fully-featured midi file player. Strongly recommended
is Chris Hill's MidiPlay, available at no cost -
click here to download Chris Hills' Midi-Player.
With this Player, you can change the volume of any track, slow down or speed up the music without changing the pitch, replay
any part you like, and even change the instrument assigned to each track (especially recommended
are Gunshot and Bird Tweet).
Please note that these files are designed for rehearsal purposes, and do not purport to be music.
Mind you, some of them do become quite catchy after a time.... They come from a number of sources, and
have varying degrees of sophistication. Some have full accompaniment, some have none. Some have
dynamic or tempo variation, some don't. Some . . . . well, you get the picture.
Also recommended is Mozilla Firefox, an alternative browser to Internet Explorer. It is faster, more secure,
easier to use and doesn't constantly promote Microsoft products. And it's free -
click here to download Mozilla Firefox..
If you spit any miskates, or have any comment to make,
email the Webmaster, and ruin his day.