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GoMinimal! will let you convert plain ascii text and wave files into Standard Midi 0 Files. The result of this all is a 16-channel (limited to a set of 128 instruments and about 60 drums) format 0 general midi-file containing pure minimal music.
A second possibility is to load a standard midi-file (format 0 or 1) and write an ascii text-representation of it that is compact, editable (with a text-editor) and easily to reparse into another midi-file.









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GoMinimal! is a small command line based tool which is able to read ascii text files containing waveform information, like bass-lines, drums, percussion and synths and converts it to a MID format 0 file. To use it, simply execute it with the command line parameters.
The generated MID-file can be loaded into any DAW, like Cubase, Nuendo, Reaper, FL Studio, Sonar, etc. and played on the used synth-program.
Explanation of the input-syntax:
– Wave files:
– The input wave files are contained in the directory containing the generated Midi-file.
– To be loaded and played the following wave file-types must be in that directory: a) WAV files (*.wav, *.[i|p].wav); b) MIDI files (*.[i|p].mid).
– Every file that ends with a (i|p) must be saved with the MIDI-format 0 instead of the standard MIDI-format 1.
– If you don’t know which format was used, right click the file and choose open with and choose the MIDI-converter and select the correct format.
– A common error is to use a.midi file as input instead of a.wav file, because they look the same.
– It’s possible to feed the wave file into the program on a memory card or flash drive.
– If a wave file that ends with a (i|p) is used, the name will be altered (a) -> (a.[i|p]).
– For example the input-file
will be changed to
and therefore you will be able to load the input-file
in your sequencer.
– Example:
GoMinimal! [-w] “my_file.wav” -o “my_file.midi”

Soundfonts come in several different formats. The program GoMinimal! also works with such files. To convert these files to a format that can be loaded into a sequencer, you should use the program ‘goMinimal!’
Soundfonts are raw sounds. The program ‘goMinimal!’ works with such sounds.
An example:
GoMinimal! [-l] “sample.sf2” -o “sample.cps”

Soundfonts come in several

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Each 16-channel, mono sound (played on the D5) will be represented in this file by a KEYMACRO(an instrument-note or a drum-beater). A KEYMACRO will be played by a CHORUS and each CHORUS will be played by a PITCHBENDER2. In the keyboard-orientated application the Keymacro is played, each PITCHBENDER2 is set to the channel where the MIDI-key is found, and each CHORUS is synced to the PERIOD of the PITCHBENDER2. This means that a KEYMACRO will always be played in one KEYCEL TRACK and a PITCHBENDER2 will always be synced to a different KEYCEL TRACK (since there is only one CHORUS per channel).
The KEYMACRO will be a chord consisting of a stack of 8 CHORUSes. The depth (ie the number of stacked CHORUSes) is set to the position in the CHORUS-STACK (that is the keyboard from the CHORUS). 8 is the default, but it can be changed with the KEYCHORD DEPTH PARAMETER. To toggle the key, the 4 buttons “UP”, “DOWN”, “LEFT” and “RIGHT” are used (for a full description of what these mean, see the “Scrolling Keyblocks” section below).
I-V Relations:
Each CHORUS contains an ARPEGGIO-vowel, which is toggled by a KEYMACRO played by an ARPEGGIO. The vowel is set by the ARPEGGIO to a voice to be used. The number of voices (ie the number of single-key CHORUSes in a chord) is set by the VOICE NUMBER PARAMETER. If the KEYMACRO belongs to a chord, it will be stored in the key of the chord.
Scrolling Keyblocks:
Each CHORUS has a key-block for each key in the keyboard. The KEYMACRO will be the first key in this key-block. There are six stacked key-blocks, as for the keys in the keyboard. The first three CHORUSes are the keys of the first key-block, the next three are the keys of the second, and so on. All CHORUSes in a key-block

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Minimalism is a genre of modern music that emerged in the 1970s. “Minimalism” does not refer to any particular style, but rather to a philosophy of music which is characterized by an emphasis on repetition of short phrases with emphasis on the most essential elements of a composition. Minimalism was the dominant musical style in Western art music during the 1970s and early 1980s, but has since been supplanted in many areas by post-minimal music.


Minimalism is often characterized as using some combination of the following elements: repetition, variation, economy, and complexity. These four elements are not rigid or absolute, and can be combined in many ways. In the simplest case, a repetitive phrase or section is repeated a fixed number of times, after which the music returns to its normal progression. In the simplest case, variation means a simple repeated section is varied a little every time it is played, or in the more complicated case, only every 2nd or 3rd time it is played. The music can have the same type of repetition or variation, and the same elements can be repeated or varied several times, or, conversely, two parts of the music can be repeated or varied repeatedly. Economy means that the musical elements used are the minimal ones required to make the music work, with no superfluous elements. Complexity means that the music has structure, but that the structure is not clearly discernible.

One example of a midi-file format that I can think of for this is WAV format, as MidiOut and any MIDI to Wave encoder do support this. I have not found a way to convert standard format 1 midi files to standard format 0. If you find one, please post an answer.

If you want to convert a midi file to ascii text:

I. Editing the midi-file

To edit the midi-file you are playing to get rid of any superfluous elements, one option is to use a text editor.
In all, there is the option to do this in the following ways:

A. Editing the midi-file in a text-editor

The text editor (I use Notepad++) is a program which allows the user to view, edit, delete, or add text in a text file (ascii). In most editors, the user can also do this with the program itself, so that no other program is needed.

The following lists the steps necessary to make the simple editing of a midi file in a text editor.

1. Open the midi-file you want to edit
2. Open the file with the program you use
3. Create a new text file, with the name “midi.txt”
4. Copy the midi-file data into the newly created text file “midi.txt”

System Requirements For GoMinimal!:

Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, or 10 64-bit
80 MB free HD space
Additional Notes:
Requires an Oculus Rift
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PC: Windows, MAC OS
Android: Nexus 4, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One M8, LG G4, LG G3, Moto X, Xperia Z, Xperia ZL, Oppo Find 7, One Plus One



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