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Mr. Simple | Forum Activity | Posted: Sat, Mar 30 2019 9:43 PM

How can I download Steve Green's Midi Hymnal.

Also how do I download midi in the Logos Hymnal Resource?


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Fred Chapman | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Mar 31 2019 3:51 AM

Do you own those resources?

Steve Green's Midi Hymnal is not listed as an available resource on the Logos site any longer. I originally purchased it back in the L3 days as a dvd set. If you no longer have the dvd's, you would need to contact customer service to see if they can point you to a download site. The Logos Hymnal should download automatically after purchase.


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DMB | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Mar 31 2019 8:43 AM

Adding to Fred, and anyone wondering.

To save the MIDI's to the PC:

Logos Hymnal Media Resource:

  On top-right of hymnal page, right-click over the word MIDI. Then select the 2nd right entry (midi file name), then select save on the left top.

Logos Hymnal

  On top-left, you'll see an eighth-note to the left of the title. Right-click that, select the 2nd right entry (file name), then  save on the left.

Steve Green's MIDI Hymnal

  On top-right of a hymn, see an image of an old 3 1/2" disk. Click on that, then select the midi version you want (in blue). Ignore all the factbook popups.

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  If you right-click the title, the right-menu provides a link to Steve Green's resource page > MIDI


On each, remember, if you open the hymnal to a floating window, the play controls are on the main window, not the floating.

And if you open more than one instance of a midi hymnal, it gets mixed up trying to close the play controls. So, be careful.

"God will save his fallen angels and their broken wings He'll mend."

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Fred Chapman | Forum Activity | Replied: Sun, Mar 31 2019 11:03 AM

One final note, the midi files should already be on your computer.

You can save an additional copy of the midi file to another location if you want to. I guess you would need to do that if you wanted to do some sort of editing, but you don't need to just to play it.

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