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usefull info for midi debugging dos/win 3.1


This manual is a guide for users of the Carnegie Mellon University MIDI Toolkit, also known as CMT, a collection of software for experimental computer music using standard Musical Instrument Digital Interface (MIDI) equipment. This manual corresponds to CMT Versions 3.12 and higher.
I solicit your help in making this manual more accurate and complete. PLEASE help us by noting any errors, omissions, or suggestions you may have. You can send your suggestions to Dannenberg@CS.CMU.EDU (internet) via computer mail, or by campus mail to Roger B. Dannenberg, Computer Science Department, SCS, or by ordinary mail to Roger B. Dannenberg, Computer Science Department, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA 15213-3890, USA. A bug report form can be found at the end of this manual.