I freqently find that Microsoft has re-set my Midi input in Volume Control to zero. I am sure there is soimewhere a way to stop it from doing that!
If there is a file association with certain Microsoft programs, Windows Media Player associates itself with that file type. This occurs because the installation of Windows Media Player is considered an upgrade. Programs that Windows Media Player takes file associations from include: Microsoft ActiveMovie Control Mplayer.exe or Mplay32.exeSoundrec.exe or SndRec32.exeWindows Media Player versions 5.2 - 8.0 Microsoft NetShow 1.0 or 2.0Microsoft Deluxe CD player Microsoft CDPlayerMicrosoft DVDPlayer or Dvdplaye.exe
I now have .Mid files set to Nero Media Player It now plays with the Volume Control "Midi" at zero!.
If you can figure out how Nero Media Player manages to do this, please let NoteWorthy Software know.
why is there "Boellmann_wet.mp3" and "Boellmann_dry.mp3"?
There is. Don't associate *.mid files with Windows Media Player. Use mplayer.exe, mplay32.exe or some other program. You may need to redo this after certain upgrades:"Windows Media Player is considered an upgrade" (a bit of inadvertent humor)
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