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Volume One - Issue Seven

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MidiTzer Boot Camp - Russ Ashworth, Associate Editor
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DAILY NEWS

10/26/2004

Greetings, Folks, from the Bone Doctor.

I want to thank the 5,280 visitors to Walnut Hill.
God bless all who come here.

This was posted at Theatre Organ Sound Fonts today:

From: "jim_henry_esq"
Date: Tue Oct 26, 2004 4:21 am
Subject: Version 0.30 of the MidiTzer Released

I have now released version 0.30 of the MidiTzer. If you follow the version numbers I have jumped from 0.22 to 0.30 because there is so much new stuff in this version. But it is still quite a ways to 1.00.

Go to www.virtualorgan.com to get the Miditzer.

If you already have Bruce Miles sound font, or have determined that you can't use it, you can skip ahead to here:http://www.theatreorgans.com/jimhenry/ConsoleUp.html

Some immediate differences to know about. The downloads are now being run through Joe Barron's VirtualOrgan.com site so I can better track
how many people have downloaded the MidiTzer. He will also let you sign up for an email newsletter. Please do sign up. You aren't going
to be inundated with email if you do. You probably won't get much more than announcements of new versions.

I recommend installing the new version of the MidiTzer into a new empty folder. Copy your Setup.dat file into the new folder. Setup.dat will be imported into the new configuration files when the MidiTzer is first run. If you run the MidiTzer without having the Setup.dat file there, you won't be able to use your existing combination settings.

The SF (soundfont) and GM (general MIDI) versions have been merged. The first time you run the program you will need to select the use of sound fonts on the MIDI Devices page and then restart the program to use sound fonts. This means new users will be able to get something running more easily because you don't have to know about sound fonts right away.

The two big new features are the option to use "modern" Tibia unifications and a much more powerful combination action.

I have posted Default.cbo in the Files section. This will allow you to load the default combinations that the MidiTzer will now start with if you don't have any combinations set. You could load this after saving your existing combinations if you want to see what combinations I am starting new users with.

Enjoy!

Jim Henry

10/11/2004

Greetings, Folks, from the Bone Doctor.

I want to thank the 5,000 visitors to Walnut Hill.
God bless all who come here.

This marks a major milestone in the history of Walnut Hill.
We are averaging nearly 1,000 visits per month in 2004.

10/02/2004

Greetings, Folks, from the Bone Doctor.

I want to thank the 4,850 visitors to Walnut Hill. God bless all who come here.

We are featuring the Atlantic City Convention Hall Organ during the month of October in our Featured Organs section.

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