---+!! Midi Player %TOC% --- ---++ Notes To get MIDI file playback a patchset is required. This file contains the instruments required to synthesize the music. A sample patchset is available [[http://squisch.net/rockbox/patchset.tbz2][here]], and needs to be extracted into the .rockbox directory in the root of your player so that you have a directory structure like such: =/.rockbox/patchset/=, with the =patchset= directory containing several =.pat= files and two =.cfg= files. --- ---++ Keys | *Action* | *iRiver* | *iPod* | *iAudio X5* | *Gigabeat F/X* | *Sansa e200* | *MR-100* | | Volume Up | Up | Scroll forwards | Up | Up | Scroll CW | Up | | Volume Down | Down | Scroll backwards | Down || Scroll CCW | Down | | Pause/Resume Playback | | | | | Play | Display | | Stop Playback | Stop | Menu + Select | Power |||| | Skip Forward 3 seconds | Right |||||| | Skip Backwards 3 seconds | | | | | Left || --- ---++ Patchset Readme This is the original readme text to the above linked patchset (eawpatches): <blockquote> <verbatim> There has been some interest in using this patch set commercially. I am flattered, but I'm not sure what to say here. I know that there are some patches that came from the ultrasnd mirrors which contained notices that they did not wish for them to be used commercially. Since I raided the ultrasnd archives many years ago, I couldn't remember which ones were covered by this, so I just flatly said that the whole set was for non-commercial use only. Since then, I have extracted the *.txt and read*.* files out of all the archives and grep'd them for "commercial". While several of them came up as only being for non-commercial use, there are only a few in my set to which this applies. These are: nearly the entire Analog drumset, drumset 25 pistol.pat pistol2.pat (not currently mapped in cfg files) machgun1.pat (not currently mapped in cfg files) So, basicly you can not use the analog drums or the pistol files in any commercial work. This is out of my hands. The rest of the patches are fully public domain as far as I know. It should not be hard to find another pistol which sounds almost as good. As for the analog drumset, just go buy yourself a real TR808 or some other product far superior to these patches. If you DO use this patch set in a commercial production, I'd like to hear about it. A free copy of the production might be nice too :) I release these patches as "fameware". If you use them in any non-private way, give me credit. These patches are not to be sold for profit (heaven forbid). They were free when I got them and so they shall remain. Eric A. Welsh <firstname.lastname@example.org> Center for Molecular Design Center for Computational Biology Washington University St. Louis, MO </verbatim> </blockquote> --- CategoryPlugin: Midi Player [H100%Y%, H300%Y%, H10%Y%, iPod 1G2G%Y%, iPod 4G%Y%, iPod Color%Y%, iPod Mini%Y%, iPod Nano%Y%, iPod Video%Y%, iAudio M5%Y%, iAudio X5%Y%, Gigabeat%Y%, Sansa e200%Y%, Sansa c200%Y%, Sansa Fuze%Y%, MR-100%Y%]
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