web page: www.soundside.de

MRS Pattern Editor

9. Importing Midifiles into the Pattern Editor. The Pattern Editor imports 
single-track (Type 0) midifiles. If the midifile has more than one 
track, then you will need to convert it to single-track with the 
appropriate software. A good midi-converter is GNMIDFMT which 
interconverts files of midi formats 0,1 and 2 (available from https://www.gnmidi.com)
Forum: midiworld
Forum: Palm
Subject: Re: Import MIDI from PC
One other note that I discovered. The Palm needs MIDI files saved as
TYPE 0. A lot of editors save as type 1 and don't give you a choice.
Also MIDI sounds sound best if you use only the first main insturment
track. You can combine a bunch of insturments on one track but this
usually sounds awful. 

Tools to do this work include: 
GNMIDFMT (MIDI Type Converter) - www.GNMIDI.com 
and your favorite midi editor..... 
Forum: http://www.howardforums.com
Subject: i95cl: Wallpapers load fine, ringtones don't :(
Where's the dialtone
heh.. answered my own questions

I downloaded "GNMIDFMT." turns out the file wasn't type 0, it was type 1
can't believe I didn't think of checking that first lol

ah well, for those of you who have midi's and don't know if they are 
type 0, i'd suggest getting GNMIDFMT


good program, and simple
From: registered user
I received the disk today with the new reg code. Thank you for a great 
Subject: Re: i95 ringtones...
Newsgroup: alt.cellular.nextel
>> Now that I can upload new wallpapers and ringtones to my i95, I've been
>> trying to make my own.  I can do wallpapers just fine, but having trouble
>> with the ringtones.  I can find plenty of midi files to download but the
>> phone doesn't seem to like them.  I keep getting "The type of file you are
>> loading is not supported in this phone." when using the iIJAL 6 program. I
>> can upload the 'pre-made' ringtones and they all work fine.  What do I need
>> to do with the regular midi files to use them?

> do a search for a program called GNMIDFMT it lets you set the ringtones
> to format 0

Good program. You can get any ringtone and convert it to work with
Forum: ringtones FAQ
Q: I have the ringers in my phone, but they don't work! 
A: look at the help file in icJAL. You may need to download a MIDI
Format Converter like GNMIDFMT (look below) to make sure the ringers are
set to 0. 

Q: What the heck is, GNMIDFMT? And where do I get it? 
A: GNMIDFMT is a program to change the format of your .mid files to Type
0. Just changing the attributes to 6(if needed) does not change the
format. You need to change the format to 0 before you can play the .mid
file on your phone
Subject: TIP: Making Ringtones work on a Smartphone
Newsgroups: microsoft.public.smartphone
I noticed some of you were having trouble making ring tones work. Thanks to
a post by Neil Enns, he mentioned that only Type 0, non-polymorphic, files
work on the Smartphone.

I found a program called GNMIDFMT which can convert Midi files
between Type 0, 1, and 2. Works great in making Midi files play properly on
the Smartphone. So far, I *believe* polymorphic files have been playing
back properly too (not sure if there are actually multiple instruments

You can download GNMIDFMT demo at https://www.gnmidi.com