Maximum MIDI Programmer's ToolKit
Add your program to the growing list!
If you have a web page for your program, and you are using the MIDI Programmer's ToolKit, drop me a line and let me know. I'll add your link to this page and you too can become rich and famous.
To add your URL, send an email message with a short description of your program and your URL. Also, I'd love to see your program in action, so if you are feeling especially generous you can send me a copy. You don't have to, though.
Soon to be Rich and Famous
|Featuring Bob Damiano's 64 track audio mixing automation program for Windows 95.|
|David A. Allen-Williams is using the ToolKit to write an ActiveX control that allows users to jam live on the Internet. As a result the powers-that-be at The University of Western Australia have been duped into giving him a degree.|
|Home of CanvasMan, a Sound Canvas editor and all-around Swiss army knife. One of the earliest users of the ToolKit, and quite a power user at that!|
|A universal patch editor, very reasonably priced. Neato scanner program too.|
|Announcing a free Windows 3.1 based sound editor for the Ensoniq SQ-1/2 series synthesizers.|
|Download Richard Hanson's newest creation.|
|Henrik Norbeck's tune writing program that uses text for entering notes.|
|The award-winning DSP hardware/software sound engine from Power Technology. All of its functions are MIDI controllable, via the ToolKit of course.|
|Mark Feaver's MIDI player, written in GFA Basic. Dramatic proof that you don't need to know C to use the ToolKit.|