... since I have also discovered that v 2.75 will export v 1.75 NWC files (Has it always done so?), the work-around that I favour is:Create the NWC file using v 2.75Export it as a v 1.75 fileOpen it using v 1.75Save it from v 1.75 as a type 0 MIDI file - which is how I produced the attached files.
<snip>@ Lawrie:Since my stop list consists of only one "bank" containing fewer than 127 "instruments" the default Bank Select parameters (0,0) are fine.My old NTWPATCH.INI is attached (in a zip file). It won't tell you anything more than the itree that I already posted does, but it might enable you to see what's happening in Noteworthy v 1.75.The file that I posted two days ago works with v 1.75, but I am attaching to this post versions of the same new NWC and MIDI files (created yesterday with the aid of a template) for v 1.75 and v 2.75. Those saved from v 1.75 work; those saved from v 2.75 don't.<snip>
RE MIDI files - I was hoping to find a MIDI analyzer to download that would let me see if the two matched as far as MIDI data was concerned, but the ones I found wouldn't show the changes on channel 16 - still looking but now not holding my breath. Maybe Rick has something that will tell the story.
Hi Lawrie,I downloaded and installed the free program MidiEditor which appears to show notes and messages from all channels. However, for some reason this program numbers the channels from 0 to 15 rather than 1 to 16. This is the program which I used to confirm my "64th rest" workaround. The program appears to work on Windows XP and later, although I only ran it on Windows 10.
This is quite common with MIDI stuff - they start counting at zero instead of one - and it can be quite confusing!Graham
If you want to make a list what's important when you're programming: 0: Always start counting from 0. 1: In lua, start from 1.
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