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Manual Reference Pages  -  MIDICOPY (n)

NAME

midicopy - tclmidi command to copy a range of events in a MIDI song

CONTENTS

Synopsis
Description
Return Values
See Also
Author

SYNOPSIS

midicopy { destMidiID destTrack } destStartTime { srcMidiID srcTrack } srcStartTime srcEndTime

DESCRIPTION

midicopy is a tclmidi(1) command that copies a range of events. These events can be copied from one track to another, or copied within the same track. The source range may overlap with the destination.

The first argument is a list specifying a particular track in a  MIDI song. The first element of this list is a  MIDI song identifier as returned by midimake(n), or midinew(n). The second element is a valid track number in the  MIDI song. This list specifies the destination track for the copy.

The third argument is the time to start depositing the events specified in the source range. Note, the first event might not be placed at exactly the requested time if an event does not occur at the start time for the source range. The offset between the first event and the destination start time will be the same as the offset between the first event found in the source range and the start time of the source range.

The fourth argument is another list identical in form to the list identifying the destination track. This list specified the source track.

The fifth and last arguments specify the range of events to be copied. They determine the start and end times of the range. All events found at time srcStartTime up to, but not including events found at time srcEndTime will be copied.

RETURN VALUES

midicopy does not return anything.

SEE ALSO

tclmidi(1), midiread(n), midimake(n), midimove(n)

AUTHOR

Mike Durian - durian@boogie.com
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