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http://www.wap.org/info/techstuff/current.txt

---by 1995 it was to be posted online---

Apple Software: Current Versions (12/95)
Article Created: 7 December 1992
Apple MIDI Manager      2.0.2     YES  APDA Developer's tool, posted online
Apple MIDI Driver       2.0.2     YES  APDA Developer's tool, posted online
MIDI Manager Extension  2.0.2     YES  APDA Developer's tool, posted online

Article Change History:
15 Dec 1995 - Added Apple Telecom communications software version numbers.
20 Nov 1995 - Added new keyword and reviewed article for technical accuracy.
16 Nov 1995 - Added components of the System 7.5.2 Printing Update 1.1.
09 Nov 1995 - Updated MacX to 1.5.
08 Nov 1995 - Added new version of Japanese Language Kit.
01 Nov 1995 - Added new version of CD-ROM Setup.
25 Oct 1995 - Added MIDI Manager online availibility.
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Mac OS System 6 (Mar 1989) / Re: Apple MIDI Manager
«  by chrisNova777 on Today at 07:20:40 AM »
APDA contact info
taken from this 1995 PDF http://interface.free.fr/Archives/Apple_HIGuidelines.pdf


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/AppleLink
Quote
AppleLink was the name of both Apple Computer's online service for its dealers, third party developers, and users, and the client software used to access it. Prior to the commercialization of the Internet, AppleLink was a popular service for Mac and Apple IIGS users. The service was offered from about 1986 to 1994 to various groups, before being superseded by their short-lived eWorld and finally today's multiple Apple websites.
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https://www.amazon.com/Electronic-Projects-Musicians-Anderton-1992-03-01/dp/B01F7XCF5M/ref=asap_bc?ie=UTF8 this book goes with it or shortly followed it as it looks visually similar

oh but it says 1992 published
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Quote
MIDI Manager :
    Apple's MIDI Manager offers a high level interface to the
    Mac OS to correctly support the timing accuracy required
    by MIDI hardware and software under MultiFinder. It is
    for doing Inter-Application Communication and for
    allowing multiple applications to address the serial
    port. MIDI Manager does not come with the System - it is
    available to developers or as licensed software with MIDI
    application packages. $35 list. APDA.

Quote
****e-msg from August 1991****
You get them from APDA (the part of Apple which handles software
tools & documentation for programmers).

>> MIDI Management Tools Set v. 2.0
   Apple Computer, Inc.

This toolkit enables developers to transfer data
to and from MIDI devices connected to the
Macintosh via a MIDI hardware interface.  The
data can also be passed using virtual ports
amongh several applications running under
MultiFinder, or between logical ports within a
single application.  Features include:
* Easier to write MIDI drivers
* PatchBay (a graphical interface for
  connecting ports)
* New utility routines
* Upward compatability
* Source code examples for several simple
  applications
* New calls that support advanced MIDI
  Manager applications as well as the
  creation of MIDI device drivers.

...

Product Contents
One Macintosh disk and one 44-page manual.

MIDI Management Tools Set v. 2.0
M0240LL/D         $35.00

APDA's subscription phone # is: 1-800-282-2732.
Ordering will get you a subscription to their catalog.
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https://groups.google.com/forum/#!topic/alt.music.midi/EYMXqYKM-RM

heres a message from december 1996 where a longtime performer user who used v3.61 for 5 years (puts 3.61 originating at about 1991! sounds about right!)

he says that everything worked fine when he used a mac classic computer https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Macintosh_Classic

but did not work when he upgraded to the performa 5200 series computer:
http://www.everymac.com/systems/apple/mac_performa/specs/mac_performa_5200cd.html
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Performer / Re: finally found freemidi v1.44
«  by chrisNova777 on Today at 05:43:41 AM »
i also found a copy of freemidi 1.3 which dates back to (january 1997)
ill attach that here
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Performer / finally found freemidi v1.44
«  by chrisNova777 on Today at 05:35:27 AM »
finally found a copy of it over at a site called http://vintageapplemac.com/

anyway heres the .sit files extracted from the .hqx files found at the url above:
ive also remarked the date stamp on the files i havE: not sure if they are 100% accurate + original but they seem close enough!

freemidi 1.42 october 1999
freemidi 1.43 november 1999
freemidi 1.44 april 2000
freemidi 1.45 september 2000
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C-Lab / Re: cracked creator v1.3
«  by Mixermap on July 23, 2017, 05:21:45 AM »
BTW
Here are the extracted files from the above disk image.

Format a 720KB floppy IN A PC (Win 7, 8 and 10 cannot format a floppy at 720KB)
The floppy must be a DD disk NOT a 1.44 HD one.
Copy the files in the ZIP to the floppy.
Put the floppy in your Atari
Run "1_LOADER.PRG"
(if you have any C-Lab dongles you can run the uncracked "CREATOR.PRG")
These files will work fine on an UltraSatan SD hard drive.
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C-Lab / Re: cracked creator v1.3
«  by Mixermap on July 23, 2017, 04:41:30 AM »
Those Radio Shack PCs look really cool with the 5 1/4 drives!
in UK we had cheap Amstrad PCs but monitors had non-standard connectors because the PSU of the whole system was.....inside the monitor! :D

So the cannot be used nowadays with a TFT.

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