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For MIDI sites that pertain to specific artists.
Pages without MIDI files that link to other sites with MIDI files.
Please submit ONLY websites containing original MIDI compositions, not just MIDI arrangements or sequences of commercially recorded popular songs.
A category for websites containing original MIDI compositions, not just arrangements or sequences of commercially recorded popular songs. The original MIDI can be in any style: Classical, Jazz, Rock, Dance, Techno, New Age, Grunge, Latin, Solo Instruments, Tribal, Southwest, Swing, Blues, Hip-Hop, Reggae, Ska, Trance, Rave, etc., you name it. It can be one channel compositions up to full orchestrations. It can be done on a 3-octave keyboard, or it can be composed in a 128 track studio. It doesn't matter, just as long as it is of good quality and is ORIGINAL. Of course the website can contain other MIDI sequences, MOD, MP3,RA, etc. Just as long as it also contains some original MIDI. Sign up now !!!This is the place to showcase your MIDI talents !!!!!!
In general, sites containing only MIDI files should not be submitted here. An exception would be a site designed to help composers post their files and find an audience.
Information, tips, and support for webmasters, web surfers, and/or composers.
This category is dedicated to sites that contain libraries of MIDI files in the rock, alternative, and other similar genres of music.
This category is dedicated to sites that contain libraries of MIDI files in the rock, alternative, and other similar genres of music.
Allow users to perform a specialized Internet search for MIDI files or web pages containing MIDI files.
Sites where all MIDI files can be downloaded in a compressed format, most commonly as a ZIP file. Data compression reduces the size of a file, or groups of files of data by eliminating unnecessary information, such as blanks and redundant data. The idea of reducing the size is to save money on transmitting or storing the data. The file which has been compressed must be "decompressed", i.e. brought back to normal before use.
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