MIDI files from G Stomper into Roland V Drums Tutor

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mdovali
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MIDI files from G Stomper into Roland V Drums Tutor

Postby mdovali » Thu Mar 09, 2017 5:46 pm

I want to import MIDI files from G Stomper into the Roland V Drums Tutor Software. The Roland Software especify this requirements in the MIDI file:

Make sure that the Standard MIDI File you specified meets the following
conditions.
• Format: 0 or 1
• Number of measures: 999 or fewer
• Number of events: 99,999 or fewer
• Resolution: 24 TPQN or higher

Also mention that the chanel 10 will be used to display the music notation on the screen.

How can I need to configure the G Stomper MIDI export to produce a file with this characteristics?
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Re: MIDI files from G Stomper into Roland V Drums Tutor

Postby planet-h » Sat Mar 11, 2017 6:24 pm

Welcome to the forum, mdovali.

mdovali wrote:I want to import MIDI files from G Stomper into the Roland V Drums Tutor Software. The Roland Software especify this requirements in the MIDI file:

Make sure that the Standard MIDI File you specified meets the following
conditions.
• Format: 0 or 1
• Number of measures: 999 or fewer
• Number of events: 99,999 or fewer
• Resolution: 24 TPQN or higher

Also mention that the chanel 10 will be used to display the music notation on the screen.

How can I need to configure the G Stomper MIDI export to produce a file with this characteristics?


I'll check the next days what the exact MIDI export specs are in G-Stomper.
Just wondering, have you tried to import a MIDI file from G-Stomper in your Roland V Drums Tutor software?

I'd recommend to load the exported MIDI file to some free midi sequencer (e.g. sekaiju), delete all unwanted tracks out, set the channel of the combined T01-T12 MIDI track to ch10, then save it again and import it in the Roland Software.

Does that solve your problem?

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