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Re: Directtor Support for midi

Re: Directtor Support for midi

Re: Directtor Support for midi

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I am designing a childrens music tutor program in lingo, for use in director.

The problem is one core part of the music tutor is the music pad where the user is able to play (piano) notes by clicking a key on a virtual keyboard and the note appears on  the staff.
I want to be able to create the sounds by manipulating the midi soundbank and need some guidance on how to acheive this in director

any help is much appreciated,

Thanks
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RE: Re: Directtor Support for midi

HI Sarah, I've just read that you are programming a tutorial for children, and I would like you to ask how have you made the piano using Mcromedia Director. I'm just learning Director and I'm preparing my final project, and I need to do one.
Thank you,
Ana Sala

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