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Sounds for a Mobile Game

Andrew Red
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What is a 4-channel midi files and how can I create and add this to my game mobile application?
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You can play music/sounds with the Mobile Media API (JSR-135) if the mobile happens to support it (for example, Nokia 3650 supports it). For information about the MIDI media format, see midi.org.


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