Downloading MyMIDI Player
Installing MyMIDI Player
Run the installer you just downloaded. By default it is most likely in your downloads folder.
- Windows may tell you that the installation is unsafe. Ask for more information, and then install anyway.
- Windows will probably tell you that this is not from the Windows App Library. Choose to install anyway.
- You should eventually get to the actual installation. Leave all the defaults, and step through the installation process.
- Once installed, you should now have an option for MyMIDI Player on your start menu.
About MyMIDI Player …
MyMIDI Player is a Windows MIDI Player designed specifically for use in churches.
It contains an unique collection of features, including one available nowhere else. Features include:
- A built-in library of worship MIDI files;
- 250 files for public domain songs supplied
- many files for copyright songs known, but not supplied
- Ability to change the tempo and key of any song (MIDI files only);
- Ability to change any of the instruments, or mute any channels not wanted (MIDI files only);
- Playlist of songs which is automatically saved when you exit (including any edits you have made);
- Memory of changes made to a song, for next time you use it;
- Ability to change the number of verses (or repeats) in a song. This feature is unique in the world as far as we know, and is available on most MIDI files listed in the in-built library;
- Ability to play most audio files;
- Completely free to anyone, anywhere (you still need to acquire any MIDI files not supplied);
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