MidiNotate version 1.5

Richard L. Walker

Message 21455 · 7 Jun 2000 07:29:29 · Fixed-width font · Whole thread

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If you wish to obtain a copy of the "midi file to sheet music" software, I
recommend you obtain it rather quickly. The notation.com folks have removed
version 1.5 from their web site and are only distributing the new shareware
version that costs $24.95.

MidiNotate version 1.5 is still available at URL:

http://www.harmony-central.com/Software/Windows/sequencing.html

If you want this free package that converts midi music files into sheet
music I would recommend getting a copy quickly. Go to the above URL, scroll
about halfway down the page and click on the "download" that is in the
MidiNotate 1.5 description. It is no longer available at the

http://www.notation.com/

site which is now only distributing an advanced shareware version that costs
$24.95 after a 30 day evaluation period.

If the harmony-central version ever is removed from circulation, there is an
older copy of the MidiNotate software (version 1.35) at

http://www.hotfiles.com

Just enter the word "midinotate" in the hotfiles search engine and follow
the results to the version that they are distributing.

"Richard L Walker"<xxxxxxxx@xxxxxx.xxx>
Pensacola, FL USA 32504-7726

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