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midi2mg - convert a midi file into midge(1) text format.
midi2mg [ options ] midi_file
midi2mg reads a midi file and writes its contents to a file in midge(1) text format. It
prints a message to stdout for any midi events it can't handle.
-h or --help
Display help text.
-v or --verbose
Print verbose messages to stdout.
-q or --quiet
Quiet. No stdout.
-o file or --outfile file
Write output to file. Otherwise converts file.mid to file.mg Outputs to stdout if
file is `-'. When outputting to stdout quiet mode is automatically set unless
verbose mode is set earlier on the command line.
-w or --ignore-wrong-track
Ignore MIDI events on the wrong channel instead of exiting.
-n i[,j...] or --include-tracks i[,j...]
Only convert the tracks in the comma separated list, with track numbers starting
-N i[,j...] or --exclude-tracks i[,j...]
Convert all tracks except those specified in the comma separated list.
-t n or --tuplet-factor n
An additional factor for files with odd note lengths, to prevent them being
translated as decimals (n should be a prime number greater than 3).
-F or --no-factorise
Do not factorise time values (may help to decipher unusual tuplet values).
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