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MyMIDI Player 2.4 Beta Available - Version 2.4 of MyMIDI Player (download here) has been created to address a particular scenario, which I will describe. While many churches have a Windows computer running in their church, others do not. Until now, the benefits of MyMIDI Player has been inaccessible to these churches.  No longer. There is a new setting in MyMIDI...
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#6 – MyMIDI Player Save & Restore - This video explains the save and restore playlist options in MyMIDI Player in more detail (it was mentioned briefly in video #4). These options are a great help in not losing data, and planning for one or more events in advance.
#5 – MyMIDI Player EDIT - This video explains the EDIT option within MyMIDI Player, and how to use it. It allows you to change the number of verses (or verse/chorus pairs) in many songs in the library.
#4 – The MyMIDI Player Playlist - This video explains how to manage the playlist – the different ways to add to it, remove entries and manipulate the list. It also explains the other controls on the main MyMIDI Player window, and touches on saving and restoring playlists (see video #6 for more detail).
#3 – The MyMIDI Player Library - This video introduces and explains the use of the MyMIDI Player Library. The library is a powerful part of MyMIDI Player, making it very easy to find and select songs for use.
#2 – Introducing MyMIDI Player - This video introduces the Windows MIDI music player we developed, specifically for use in churches.
#1 – Introduction - This video introduces you to MyMIDI Worship Resources Ltd, our purpose, our website, and our offerings.  It also teaches you how to register on the website, and buy our worship music backing files.
Recently Added to the Worldwide Store - We add titles to the worldwide MIDI and MP3 stores as we are able to establish worldwide distribution agreements with copyright owners or their administrators. On 21 April 2017, we signed a special agreement with Hal Leonard Australia Pty. Ltd. on behalf of Lorenz Corporation and Oxford University Press. The following titles were added to...
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What’s in the Worldwide Stores? - We have three collections of worship music backing tracks: MIDI files of public domain tunes, which installs free with MyMIDI Player. MIDI files of copyright songs/tunes. MP3 files of copyright songs. This is Clyde McLennan’s collection, previously available from his Small Church Music websites. Not all of our collection is available in the worldwide store. ...
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MyMIDI Player 2.3.4 Released - My apology for not reporting releases between v2.2 and now.  Most changes have been for development purposes, with no significant changes for users. MyMIDI Player 2.3.4 has 19 additional public domain hymns.  Some of these are tunes that were already available, but are now searchable under extra titles and with the “correct” number of verses...
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MyMIDI Player v2.2 Released - MyMIDI Player V2.2 has been released.  Download from the All Downloads page. The only significant change in this subversion release is the awareness of our new MIDI Store. If you buy any MIDI files from our store, and you use MyMIDI Player, you need to upgrade to v2.2. If you purchase MIDI files from our...
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MIDI Store Opened - After a period of our MIDI and MP3 stores being closed, we are pleased to announce they will soon be open again.  They will, however, be restricted to Australia until we can enter individual agreements for worldwide distribution. Low Cost Each MIDI file in our store will cost you only AU$0.50 (50c). This price is...
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MyMIDI Player Subversion Release - G’day everyone.  I’m pleased to announce a MyMIDI Player subversion release that I’ve been working on for a while. The  only change in this subversion is that almost all MIDI files in the inbuilt library now carry the key signature of the arrangement. For anyone who plays along with MyMIDI Player, this will save you...
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MyMIDI Player v2.0 Released - The game changing edit option is now a reality, making digital music flexible right in the playlist! It is with great pleasure that I announce the release of V2.0 of MyMIDI Player for Christian Churches. Available free from the download page. The game-changing edit option is now a reality!  With many songs in the MyMIDI...
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MyMIDI Player 1.1.8 Released - Version 1.1.8 is an unplanned release because a new level of quality was achieved with the Small Church Music sourced files released in v1.1.7. After considerable research I finally worked out how to produce a significantly better quality outcome from Band-in-a-Box, and have therefore reworked all 246 MIDI files added in v1.1.7 (and added another...
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MyMIDI Player 1.1.7 Released - Version 1.1.7 of MyMIDI Player is out ahead of schedule, which was expected to be around the end of January. *** Download MyMIDI Player v1.1.7 from the All Downloads page *** A special welcome to some of Clyde McLennan’s music, available from his Small Church Music website. Clyde has generously made his public domain collection...
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Happy New Year - Happy New Year everyone.  I pray God’s blessing for you in 2015, whatever that year may bring. For the MyMIDI world, the main parts of the next phase are becoming clear. I have become increasingly aware … that lots of small churches don’t have people who know how to search out music files that they...
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MyMIDI Player 1.1.6 Released - Just before Christmas 2014, a few days ahead of schedule, version 1.1.6 of MyMIDI Player is released to an unsuspecting world. The best thing about this Christmas present, of course, is that it is free. No blown budgets here! Version 1.1.6 has a couple of significant improvements, which are: there is now a simple library...
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Update for First MyMIDI Player Users - The first release of MyMIDI Player was at the 31st Queensland Synod of the Uniting Church in Australia in October 2014. Since that time an internal update process has been added to the product.  Those people who took home an installation CD from that Synod gathering need to apply the manual update described on the...
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What Is Our Strategy? - The goal, as stated elsewhere, is to raise the bar for computer generated music in churches, primarily for for the benefit of smaller musically under-resourced churches. But what does that mean? We hope to achieve as much of the following as possible: find/provide ways to make computer generated music more flexible to suit the needs...
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