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Million MIDI player

your whatsit also has a million MIDI songs on it
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That mp3 player or handyphone could have all of classical as well as instrumental versions of most everything anyone has ever heard on it with MIDI versions.

MIDI files are just a few Kb each, a symphony is 174k, thus a million symphonies is 174Gb or .2 of a Tb.

I figured if civilization collapsed having all music on every music player would rescue a large part of what people like as well.

Also absent lyrics people could make up their own versions.

beanangel, Jun 17 2011

Portable MIDI Player
[xaviergisz, Jun 17 2011]

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       Most of the midis I have are around 30k.
VJW, Jun 17 2011
  

       It's vital to ensure that karaoke survives the apocalypse.
tatterdemalion, Jun 17 2011
  

       it's like an AI minus the I... and why don't I see any Danish umlauts in that drivel.   

       [marked-for-account-deletion] sirau.
FlyingToaster, Jun 17 2011
  

       Sort-of baked (mine already does) - A little Android device with TV out makes for a kicking Karaoke machine [+]
Dub, Jun 17 2011
  

       whoever sirau is I support their right to communicate.   

       much of what sirau says makes sense to me.
beanangel, Jun 17 2011
  

       Can you translate it for the rest of us? Seems like rap fed into babelfish.
RayfordSteele, Jun 17 2011
  

       // It's vital to ensure that karaoke survives the apocalypse //   

       It's vital to ensure that karaoke doesn't survive the apocalypse.   

       // beam it to all the nearest stars with lasers //   

       May you roast in Hell for all Eternity, and then some.
8th of 7, Jun 17 2011
  
      
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