The cinmidi program is intended to display MIDI data from a sequencer
application to the console, screen, or file. It can also be used to
record MIDI data from the console and/or screen. By default, the data
is displayed as a simple ASCII listing. If the -x or -d options are
used, the data can be displayed as a string of hexadecimal or decimal
numbers, respectively. The hexadecimal string will show the data as
a one-character ASCII hexadecimal number, with the numbers separated
by spaces, and with the bytes aligned on the left margin. The
decimal string will show the data in a comma-separated, floating-point
display. The output can be output to the console, screen, or file.
The sequence of commands to display the MIDI data are entered on the
standard input channel. The -u option can be used to specify the
screen name for the header information to be displayed. By default,
the screen name is "BASS", but this can be changed by specifying the
-s option when displaying the data. The header is not displayed by
default because it adds too much clutter to the screen. The -s
option can be used to specify the name of the header to be displayed.
The -k option can be used to disable keyboard input, which can be
useful if there are certain keys in the keyboard (e.g. above the
bottom of the keyboard) that cannot be used by the program. The -l
option is a list of the available MIDI input ports and then exit.
MIDI Inputs and Outputs:
The only way that cinmidi can read MIDI data is from the standard
input port. By default, the "CINMIDI" input port is selected. If
a different port is selected, this port will be displayed on the
screen as "CINMIDI". The CINMIDI port is specified with the -p
option. The port to be used for output is selected with the -o
option. Output will be sent to the default output port or specified
port if an output port is specified with the -o option. The default
port is the output port of the currently running application. This
value can be changed with the -o option.
The -f option can be used to specify a string of channel name and
MIDI BINARY 1 [ADDTO] BINARY 2 [0..127]
Convert the specified MIDI binary message into decimal.
MIDI CHANNEL NAME [ADDSYSTEM] Display the specified MIDI channel name.
MIDI CONTROL NAME [PRE-PROGRAM] Display the specified MIDI control name.
MIDI EVENT NAME [POST-PROGRAM] Display the specified MIDI event name.
MIDI NOTE NAME [PRE-CONTINUE] Display the specified MIDI note name.
MIDI NOTE NAME [PROGRAM-START] Display the specified MIDI note name.
MIDI PITCH NAME [PROGRAM-END] Display the specified MIDI pitch name.
MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE NAME [0..127] Display the specified MIDI program change number.
MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE NAME [PROGRAM-START] Display the specified MIDI program change number.
MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE NAME [PROGRAM-END] Display the specified MIDI program change number.
MIDI SYSTEM NAME [RESET-LOOP] Display the specified MIDI system name.
MIDI SYSEX END NAME [CURVETO] Display the specified MIDI sysex end name.
MIDI SYSEX END NAME [KEY-PRESSURE] Display the specified MIDI sysex end name.
MIDI SYSEX END NAME [KEY-PRESSURE-RELEASE] Display the specified MIDI sysex end name.
MIDI SYSEX END NAME [KEY-TRIGGER-PRESSURE] Display the specified MIDI sysex end name.
MIDI SYSEX END NAME [KEY-TRIGGER-RELEASE] Display the specified MIDI sysex end name.
MIDI SYSEX END NAME [KEY-BANK-SELECT] Display the specified MIDI sysex end name.
MIDI SYSEX END NAME [KEY-BANK-SELECT] [BANK-NUM] Display the specified MIDI sysex end name.
MIDI SYSEX END NAME [KEY-BANK-SELECT] [BANK-NUM] [COLOR] Display the specified MIDI sysex end name.
MIDI SYSEX END NAME [META] Display the specified MIDI sysex end name.
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/c cinmidi - initialize and display (or record) MIDI input data.
/a aa Initialize display of data in absolute time instead of
time in deltas. When aa is specified the time base
is set to the aa value. If aa is not specified the
time base is initialized to 1 second.
/i ii Disable interpretation of MIDI messages as comments.
/x xX Display MIDI bytes in hexadecimal form.
/d dd Display MIDI bytes in decimal form.
/2 2b Display MIDI bytes in binary form.
/f f Filters out specified MIDI commands (e.g., "bc" will
filter out control change and patch change messages).
/c ccc Filters out specified MIDI channels, offset zero
(e.g., "09AF", filters channels 1, 10, 11, and 16).
/p pn The specified MIDI input port (e.g., 0x230 or 0x500).
/l ll List all available MIDI input ports, one per line.
/o oo File name for display to.
/u uu Display header information such as program number,
tempo, and track number.
/s s Specifies time to be displayed in seconds.
/k kk Disables keyboard input.
The remaining options are used to list data from the specified MIDI device,
or to define the output file. For example, the following command will
list the data from all channels and display the data for the time from
16.10.60 to 16.12.20 on channel 10.
:/c cinmidi -n /p:0x500 /o:OutputFileName -u s -k -o
The following command will record the data from all channels on port
:/c cinmidi -n /p:0x500 /o:OutputFileName -u s -k -o
The following command will list all MIDI devices and display the
data for the time from 16.10.60 to 16.12.20 on channel 10 of the
first MIDI device in the list that contains the word "MIDI".
:/c cinmidi -n /p:0x500 -o:OutputFileName -u s -k -a -o
The following command will display the data from the specified
What's New in the CINMIDI?
The -a and -d options are used to display MIDI timing in absolute time
instead of delta time (time-of-day).
The -i and -n options are used to display MIDI messages without interpreting them
The -x and -2 options are used to display MIDI bytes in hexadecimal
and binary formats.
The -f, -c, -p, -l, -o, -u, and --options options are used to
set command-line options.
The -s option is used to display time values in seconds.
The -k option is used to disable keyboard input.
cinmidi -a -i -l -o "test.dat"
The program returns an exit code of 0 if everything went as
expected, otherwise it will print an error message and return
a non-zero exit code.
Written by Bill Weir and Jack H. Huntley, March, 1989
Cinmidi version 1.0, 1989.
Thanks go to Dan Hewitt, Ian Collins, and Peter Best for testing
and reporting problems.
Cinmidi is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published
by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2, or (at your
option) any later version.
Cinmidi is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
See the GNU General Public License for more details.
You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
Foundation, Inc., 675 Mass Ave, Cambridge, MA 02139, USA.
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