U.N. Owen Was Her? (Flandre Scarlet’s theme) + 2 themes from Imperishable Night + Bleeper Music Maker (revision 132)

Posted on 2008-05-28 at 14:48 in Music, Touhou, Videos by Robbi-985.

What a mess of a title.

Showing off the fact that this new release of BMM can, via MIDI-In, handle an unlimited number of notes at once (although it sounds silly while trying to play too many), here it is playing Flandre‘s theme straight from the MIDI file. “…What?” Oh, I explain what’s actually going on in the second video, because I promised Flan’s would be next. ;)

Here’s the fractionally-more-formal introduction and explanation of the new feature of BMM, MIDI Input, showing off 2 more MIDIs from Imperishable Night! =D

The themes are “Retribution for the Eternal Night ~ Imperishable Night” (Stage 4 theme), and “Voyage 1970″ Eirin and Kaguya‘s Last Spell theme).

As usual, you can download this latest version of Bleeper Music Maker here.

Things changed or new in this version:

- Will no longer fail on any computer to load files which contain Unicode characters.

- Ability to change channel and instrument on “MIDI Output Settings”.

- MIDI Input! (Info is in info.txt which is included in the download, under “MIDI INPUT MOD”.)

- A few typos in “info.txt” fixed.

- Now it actually shows text when you click “?” next to “Use MIDI output” (how could I have forgotten to program that? >_<)

- MSSTDFMT.DLL now included in download (many people seemed to be missing it) (info on exactly what to do with the file is near the top of info.txt, under “REQUIREMENTS / PREPARING / COMMON CAUSES OF ERRORS”) .

6 Responses to U.N. Owen Was Her? (Flandre Scarlet’s theme) + 2 themes from Imperishable Night + Bleeper Music Maker (revision 132)

  1. Ed says:

    Um… you must get alot of “THIS DOSEN’T WORK!” complaints, but this one I could use your help on. You see, when-ever I try to star the Application, it says “Component ‘MSCOMM32.OCX’ or one of it’s dependencies not correctly registered: a file is missing or invalid”, what should I do?

  2. Ed says:

    NVM. Though, I am having some trouble puting in MIDI Files

  3. Ed says:

    HOW DO YOU GET IT TO PLAY MIDI? Every time I try to click “MIDI Input”, it AlWAYS gives me a “Runetime Error 57″.

  4. Robbi-985 says:

    Hi Ed,
    I’m not sure what could be causing that error – do you have a MIDI input device, and it’s not being used by another program at the same time? Also, if you’re running Vista, consider right-clicking “Bleeper Music Maker.exe” and choosing “Run as administrator”. The program needs to put info about a file in the registry in order to use MIDI in or out, and Vista could be not allowing the program to do this due to “insufficient privileges”. But if you only get this error when using MIDI input (not output), then I really don’t know what to suggest, I’m sorry.

    In the testing which I’ve done (on 3 different comps running XP/Vista, with and without hyperthreading), I haven’t been able to reproduce the error. Therefore I expect it’s something to do with your MIDI hardware. If I’m ever able to reproduce the error on one of my own comps, I’ll be sure to fix it.

  5. Ed says:

    (I just HAD to put my name out for the World to see… <.=) You look like a man with a plan! >=D (And a guy who can make an actually understandable secquencer… <.<’) <=)

  6. Ed says:

    And sorry if I sound rude/demanding/pushy! ^_^’

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