gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid Midi file, 14 kB
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The table above provides detailed information about the gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid file. The waveform image is automatically generated after the midi file has been converted by analyzing the resulting mp3 file. The tonality information is an approximation and is inferred by analyzing the relative frequency of each of the 12 musical notes being played in the file.
gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid Musical Notes Distribution
Given a piece of music, it is interesting to count how many times each of the individual twelve musical notes is played, and understand their relative weight, or importance, in the piece. The hystogmam below is the result of such an analysis perfoemed on gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid-
gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid Midi Tracks
A total of 11 Midi tracks were detected in gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid midi; each track has a name and contains a sequence of midi events. Here is a summary of the detected tracks in the file:
|Track Id||Track Name||Midi Events|
gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid Chords and Tablatures
Each note in the gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid file is played by a musical instrument, which is declared in the midi file. In a midi file one or more instrument are used. Below we provide a list of the musical instruments used in gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid. For each instrument, our system attempts to detect chord patterns, for instance if a Piano instrument is playing the notes C, E and G almost simultaneously, we detect a C Major chord. Each detected chord is displayed in guirar tablature notation.
No chords automatically detected in gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid for the French Horn instrument.
E | A | G#m | Amaj7 | A | E | C#m | E | C#m7 | F#m | F#m7 | G# | C#m | Am | E | F# | Am6 | E | F#m | E7 | Am | D | G | Em | Am7 | D | Em | G | C | D | Em | Am | B | Em | G | Cm | G | Cm | G | Am7 | C | G | Cm | G
E | G#m | E | A | B | F# | F#m7 | A | B | E | D7 | D | Am | B7 | Em | Adim | G | Am7 | D
No chords automatically detected in gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid for the Sweep Pad instrument.
No chords automatically detected in gary_valenciano-how_did_you_know.mid for the Timpani instrument.
Em | D7 | Cm | G | Cm
G#m | E | A | B | F# | A | B | D7 | D | Am | B7 | G | Am | D
G | C | G