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LATEST MUSIC (Hint: On a slow connection? Choose pieces with kb sizes):

April Air (MIDI, 2.3kb, 1' 15", folk/childrens) by Daniel Rowe
Revenge of the Snerps (MIDI, 7.1kb, 1' 47", quirky/bluegrass) by Daniel Rowe
Freeze-Dried Teleprompters (MIDI, 3.6kb, 1' 17", dreampop/exotica) by Daniel Rowe
Hymn Four Horns number 34 (MP3, 5.2Mb, 2' 11", hymn/bluegrassgospel) by Jim Taylor
Hymn Four Horns number 33 (MP3, 8.6Mb, 3' 43", hymn/chorale) by Jim Taylor
Hymn Four Horns number 32 (MP3, 4.6Mb, 2' 0", hymn/march) by Jim Taylor
RealJarski (MP3, 1.5Mb, 1' 6", crazy/synthesizer) by Patrick May
The Prairie Way (MIDI, 5.2kb, 1' 56", folk/ballad) by Daniel Rowe
Hymn Four Horns number 31 (MP3, 4.0Mb, 1' 43", hymn/chorale) by Jim Taylor
Curious Raisins (MIDI, 5.7kb, 1' 29", blues/boogaloo) by Daniel Rowe
Hymn Four Horns number 30 (MP3, 4.0Mb, 1' 41", hymn) by Jim Taylor
Technicolor Madman (MIDI, 6.1kb, 1' 35", bastardpop/testy) by Daniel Rowe

1791 pieces posted since November 2006, by: James Taylor (580); Daniel Rowe (341); Jerzy Kulik (274); Ricardo Frantz (172); Azer Mantessa (123); Patrick May (106); Keith Bramich (71); Michael Fonos (38); Keith Theodosiou (13); Denis Desbiens (10) ... more ...

Browse by style: Hymn (161), Classical (137), Pop (84), Experimental (82), Rock (71), Waltz (64), Illustrative (54), Ballad (54), March (53), Chorale (43), Jazz (41), Ragtime (35) ... more ...


FROM THE MIDI DIARY ARCHIVES:
30th April 2004 - Bitterroot - - copyright © 2004 Dan Rowe, all rights reserved. (4 k, 87 sec)
May 1st 2001 - "3:00 AM" - by Jim Taylor. Copyright © 2001 James K Taylor, all rights reserved. The title says it all. (25 k, 83 sec)
May 1st 1998 - Tuned In - - raw MIDI notes! (1 k, 15 sec)
(From 19 November 1997 until 18 November 2006 we featured one new original MIDI file each day - there are well over 3000 of these, and we'll feature some different ones each day. These are all smallish MIDI files, and suitable for downloading quickly via dial-up connections.)


LATEST COMMENT:

Desktop (posted by Jim Taylor, 23 Apr 2016, 10:23)

Does anyone still use a desktop at home? How many did you own before switching to a laptop? When did you get your first computer. I got mine in 83. It was some kind of little Radio Shack computer called an MC-80. Then I bought an Apple 2+. Once I started using Microsoft, I guess I have owned around 4 desktops and two laptops. I can't imagine going back to a desktop.

Zip Disks (posted by Daniel Rowe, 28 Mar 2016, 23:49)

No, I never used them. But I remember using the 5.25 inch floppy back in the 1980s, and I believe you can still buy them new, if you look around! Weird, how there is a market for just about anything...

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