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08 August 2002 @ 02:44 pm
 
As I type, I am wishing that I could uninstall Quick Time. I can't uninstall it because some damn program which uses it (probably aol) is running. Even if I did uninstall it, I'm probably just going to have to download it again, but the return of my Midi Issue is making me very cranky, so any program that rubs the wrong way (as QuickTime does telling me to upgrade for a mere 30 bucks) risks getting tossed. So the hell what if aol can't find the files it needs to play whatever and I have to reinstall aol for that to work just because I uninstalled RealPlayer. Dammit, it was bugging the hell out of me with the flashing on my toolbar crap. -_-

So I find a page on the Internet with some midis. I click on the links, which takes me to a page where QuickTime or something starts up and plays 'em. I like the midis. I download them. And lo and behold, what's this? They don't play in Winamp, Windows Media Player, or anything else. So now I'm even more irritated because I probably didn't have to get rid of those midis I loved (they're long gone now). Something is screwing things up, and I don't know what it is. I want to erase everything. -_-;
 
 
Current Mood: angryangry
Current Music: I WOULD be listening to a midi right now, but noooo ...
 
 
 
Look at Me, I'm a Winner!shippo on August 8th, 2002 05:33 pm (UTC)
Options -> Preferences.
Under the Plugins thing in the tree view, select "Input"
You should see something like Nullsoft MIDI something or other.
One Who Wanders: stupidabiona on August 8th, 2002 05:49 pm (UTC)
Well, I do see an area where I can select or deselec the "associated extensions." midi, like everything else, has been selected.
Look at Me, I'm a Winner!: Foxieshippo on August 8th, 2002 05:54 pm (UTC)
Should be here
Winamp Prefrences Dialog
One Who Wanders: stupidabiona on August 8th, 2002 06:16 pm (UTC)
Re: Should be here
This:

Winamp2 MIDI plugin v2.63b [IN_MIDI.DLL]

... is in that list of things ... so I should be able to play them, right? Well, let me rephrase that ... I think Winamp thinks that it's playing them, because the little bar scrolls over and the minutes count away, but there's no sound. Not a single midi can be heard.
Look at Me, I'm a Winner!shippo on August 8th, 2002 06:23 pm (UTC)
Re: Should be here
Double-click on the speaker icon in your systray, and check the volume on your "Synth." It may be called "MIDI Synth," "FM Synth," or "SW Synth" or something similar.
One Who Wanders: exuberantabiona on August 8th, 2002 07:18 pm (UTC)
Re: Should be here
::cries:: Shippo's a computer god! ::glomps::
One Who Wanders: ::cry cry::abiona on August 8th, 2002 07:23 pm (UTC)
Re: Should be here
I think my computer is dying. lol

New problem! When I have the "Synthesizer" selected, mp3s are now what my midis were. ^_^; I guess I can't have both on the same list. o_o
Look at Me, I'm a Winner!shippo on August 8th, 2002 08:39 pm (UTC)
Re: Should be here
Try tweaking your "Wave" volume. It should be the second slider on the volume control thingy:
Volume Sliders
One Who Wanders: enthusiasticabiona on August 8th, 2002 10:06 pm (UTC)
Re: Should be here
AAH!!!!!

::GLOMPS::

They all work! They all really do work! *_*;;;




(Ok, that's two glomps in one thread. How 'bout I just pat you on the back next time?)