[LAU] Single Play MP3 player

Jeff Sandys sandysj at juno.com
Fri Nov 14 14:50:13 EST 2008

Why don't you just use the MIDI files on your laptop?
With MIDI unlike mp3 you can change the tempo and 
transpose the key in a flash.  If your playing with a 
vocalist this is indispensable.  And if your backing tracks 
are created with your MMA program then MIDI becomes 
another way of showing off your talent.  Most people 
don't like going to a concert to see a musician performing 
with an ipod, MIDI is much more live than mp3.
-- Jeff Sandys

bvdp wrote:
> I've got a little gig at the end of the month for which I'll be using 
> backing tracks. In the past I stuck midi files on my synth and lugged 
> the beast to the gig. This time I figured it'd be just as good to create 
> mp3 files of the midi's and play them off my laptop (using the laptop 
> just because the screen is big enough to read for old guys like me).
> ...

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