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Manual Reference Pages  -  MPLAY (1)

NAME

mplay - a tclmidi script to play a MIDI file

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
See Also
Authors

SYNOPSIS

mplay [-dev-DevicePath ] [-repeat] [-smpte] [-quiet] [file]

DESCRIPTION

mplay is a tclmidi(1) script that plays a  MIDI file. The file name may be specified on the command line or read from stdin. The options are as follows:
-dev -DevicePath
  Use the device DevicePath instead of the default /dev/midi0.
-repeat
  Play the file repeatedly. If not in quiet mode, the playing may be stopped by pressing the return key. Otherwise the process must be killed.
-smpte
  With this flag mplay will use /dev/smpte0 instead of the default /dev/midi0. It will also let the SMPTE tape cotrol starting and stopping the song.
-quiet
  With this option mplay will not print out messages or ask for input.

Since mplay makes use of the midiplay(n) tclmidi(1) command, this program will only work if tclmidi(1) was compiled with a device interface.

SEE ALSO

tclmidi(1), midiplay(n)

AUTHORS

Mike Durian - durian@boogie.com
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