Jim Witte wrote:
> There is a package - MidiEx or something like that I think - that will
> allow you to make MIDI samples in Notepad somehow, and play them out the
> serial port to a serial interface.
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And it works pretty well........here's a recap of an email I got from the
Mon, 23 Jul 2001 14:11:46 +0900
Yoshio Hirose <hirose1_at_asia.apple.com>
Yoshio Hirose <hirose1_at_asia.apple.com>,
I was surprised knowing that there still is someone using Newton. I am
not supporting Newton software anymore. But let me see if I can be of
any help here.
With AppleWorks, the procedure goes something like this:
- open up a new document with communication tool
- choose Settings > Connection, and make sure you set "Serial Tool"; you
can find port setting in the readme
- choose Settigns > File Transfer to set XMODEM, also set "Straight
XMODEM" mothod to prevent filtering
- choose Session > Open Connection
- choose Session > Send File and select the file
Hope that works.
On 2001.07.20, at 06:04, Gregory J. Wayman wrote:
> I cant figure out how to get a midi file into the Newton, Yes I have
> read the readme. But AppleWorks communication tool does not see the .mid
> file. What program will get the midi file to the Newt.
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