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Generate And Play Midi On Mobile Phone
From a previous snippet, you can play any sound file (including midi) with pys60. http://bigbold.com/snippets/posts/show/400 Now, what if you can generate a midi file as well? I found a pure python midi file library. http://www.mxm.dk/products/public/pythonmidi I modify it a bit, just to make a single file for easy download. http://larndham.net/service/pys60/smidi.py With it, you can play a single note with the following code.
>>> import smidi >>> m = smidi.MidiOutFile('C:\\out.mid') >>> m.header() >>> m.start_of_track() >>> m.update_time(0) >>> m.note_on(note=0x40) # single note >>> m.update_time(192) >>> m.note_off(note=0x40) # stop it after 192 >>> m.update_time(0) >>> m.end_of_track() >>> m.eof() >>> from audio import Sound >>> s = Sound.open('C:\\out.mid') >>> s.play() >>> s.close()
These 10 lines can be made into a simple function. Then, you can just type a line and play any note you like on you mobile phone.
>>> from smidi import play >>> play([(64,192), (32, 192)])
Ah... so pythonic. ^_^