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becky (TechnicalUser) (OP)
18 Jul 00 16:20
I want to play a midi file upon my page opening, don't want to continually replay the same song, but would like a longer period of music than the one midi file provides.  Can anyone tell me how to write the code to play multiple files, one after the other without involving the user?  My code with the one midi file follows below.

<embed src="ioi.mid" width=120  height=67 autostart=true loop=false align="left">

carpeliam (Programmer)
18 Jul 00 20:25
Well the really simple way to do it (I could rack my brains, but things get complicated *smile*) is to add your MIDI files together into one larger MIDI file... There are plenty of shareware MIDI editing files all over the web if you're not interested in buying a full-fledged MIDI application. If you can't find anything out there... let me know via email. Best of luck!

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