The SMFs on this page are, except otherwise stated, designed for specified outboard sound expanders or virtual instruments, so if you try to play them on your internal soundcard, you will hear noise only. Try the MP3s instead, if available.
Click a icon to start the playback of a copyrighted SMF or right-click to download the file to your local machine.
On right-clicking one of these icons you can download a zipped archive containing all SMFs of a certain collection.
On clicking a icon you can download an MP3 version of the composition (320 Kbps, Stereo) from The Internet Archive. There are always only my two latest compositions available as MP3s.
Special note concerning the SD80/90 files: MIDI needs about 30 seconds to process the sound module settings in the file header. Be patient, the music will start afterwards ;-) Apart from this, you'll see some "Check Sum Errors" on your StudioCanvas's Display. I don't know how to avoid this (yet). On my system, this doesn't affect the performace at all. If you have difficulties processing the files, feel free to contact me.
Special note concerning the files for Vienna Instrumens: To play SMFs using just one instrument, you need the Vienna Instruments Standalone Player, a mono-timbral host software by Vienna Symphonic Library. To play files using several instruments, you need VSL's Vienna Ensemble, a standalone multi-timbral host and mixing software. Both are free for all owners of a Vienna Instrument. Apart from this, you have to own the Special Edition Libraries specified here. Moreover, a Standard MIDI File Player (e. g. Winamp) has to be present that can route his output to the Standalone Player / Vienna Ensemble (e.g. via MIDI Yoke) . To get things to work, do the following: