Midi Discovery (1996)

Kokopelli has recently developed new techniques in web page design. Background music in the form of .midi files have been a source of frustration for web designers because of varying HTML tags and cross-platform configuration, not to mention the near impossibility of embedding music on a page without having the music stop when a user leaves the site.

Kokopelli has found loopholes around many of these problems. It still remains a rough task but the results are very nice. Here is what you need to know. First get a sound card and speakers (make sure they work).

For Internet Explorer 2.0 users: You should already be hearing music.
For Netscape 3.0 users: Press the Play button above.
For Netscape 2.0 users: Get the crescendo plugin here. (MAC, Win95, Win3.1)
Press the Play button above.

If you want to find more midi files for your enjoyment try some of these sites:

MIDI File Central Classical Guitar MIDIs Jeff’s MIDI Collection
Mark’s MIDI Collection Classical MIDI Archives Vikram’s MIDI-Fest
DaveNET’s MIDI Files Beatles MIDI Files Gravedigger MIDI
Highland MIDI Page MIDI Files Archive MIDI FARM Archives
The Music Shoppe Uilleann Bagpipe MIDI Site BlueGrass MIDI Page
Gerd’s Collection MIDI City Mario’s Collection
Peter Gabriel MIDIs Matt’s MIDI & MOD MIDI file Bonanza
MIDI Warehouse MIDI Hits Collection GumboNet Music Archive
Gabor’s MIDI Page Alternating Currents Wayne’s MIDI ftp Site
Scott’s Mini-MIDI Sting MIDI MIDI Market
Mike Oldfield Sound Josh’s Mega Midi Midi Madhouse
Count Basie MDI files Pipe Organ MIDI Disney MIDI (no affiliation)
Zappa MIDI files Atlanta’s MIDI Archive Caddy’s Archive
Classical Music Connection Radio Online Christophe’s Collection
SMF On the Net Green Day MIDIs


Whatya think?