Does anyone know of an easy (and free would be nice) way to do this?
I have an unreleased version of a midi & karaoke jukebox player program
for Win3.1 (works in Win95) which will extract the lyrics to a text file.
It is freeware. I have not officially packaged it with the other files
needed to run the program, but if you are interested (or anyone else) I
can send it to you as an email attachment. The zip archive is about 85k.
The exec itself (unzipped) is about the same! It of course plays .mid
and .kar files (and .mid that are karaoke format 0 files!) and displays
the lyrics in time with the music. It will also create a _00INDEX.TXT
file if desired which extracts the song titles from midi files and puts
them next to the 8.3 filename in a text file. It identifies defective
midi files and also can send GS and GM reset messages before each song.
* Standard MIDI Files on the Net - The List of Sites With MIDI Files
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I am very interested in MIDI music, especially some of those from the
DOS mode format. For certain games, the MIDI files are already found in
the game directory itself, and for other games, the MIDI files can be
obtained simply by renaming the file with a .MID extension. However,
there are many games with MIDI files which have been compressed into
one main file in the game. By reading the main sound file using MS-
Edit, I can easily spot the names of the individual MIDI files embedded
within it. Is there some program or method in which I could use to
extract the MIDI files from one main file of an unknown format? Please
Your help would be greatly appreciated.
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