Are you using a Windows computer? You should be able to use a DAW or other MIDI editor to insert the markers into a MIDI file. There is a free MIDI sequencer and editor called SynthFont that would work. There is also a free DAW called Anvil Studio that should work.Intending to use a rhythm converter (CASIO Style Converter) to convert standard midi files into a rhythm file (AC7 format style of Casio's CTX line keyboards). How do I insert these MARKERS into the MIDI file?
Standard location of patterns depends on the presence of markers in the midi file:
- if there are no markers - the entire file will be considered normal
- if there is only one marker - the marker to the end - will be considered Normal
- 2 markers - Normal and Variation
- 3 markers - Normal, Variation, Normal Fill
- 4 markers - Normal, Variation, Normal check, variation fill
- 5, 6, markers - introduction and finishing are used.
- 7 or more markers - patterns are sequentially assigned to each marker.