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Midifile
Du bist meine Nummer 1,2,3,4
in style of
Tim Toupet

This Midifile has been replayed/programmed on the basis of the original song. Length, style, instrumentation and arrangemet are as close as possible to the original as well. A Midifile's sound is never 100% like the original, because the sound doesn't "come from" the midi, but from the midi-device (sound is beeing generated).

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Article#: 41409.00
Title: Du bist meine Nummer 1,2,3,4
in style of: Tim Toupet / D (Deutschland)
Our release date: 18.04.2017

Style(s): Schlager
Tag(s): 2010th, Partymusic
Formats:
SMF-0
SMF-1
GM
GS
XG

Text: Realtime Lyrics and lyrics as ASCII file available.
Duration: 2:52
Tempo: 120 bpm
Tracks: 13
Filesize: ~ 55 KB

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The utilization of MIDI data depends on the respective receiver terminal. A song or a sequence that has been produced with a certain device may sound completely different being played on another device. This is the result of the different program order, different order of ...