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Overview

There are two possible MIDI modes:

If you have no real MIDI device, you can use LoopBe and a Virtual MIDI Keyboard to play the SID.

MIDI-Cartridge

A MC6850 based MIDI Cartridge can be emulated for sending and receiving. You need windows drivers for your MIDI hardware interface or your Software MIDI devices. This way you can use C64 MIDI tracker/sequencer with your MIDI devices.

In the setting you can choose which kind of cartridge should be emulated (Sequential Circuits, Passport, Datel, C-Lab, Namesoft, ...).

There are serveral MIDI programs, you can find on C64MIDI.
A special sequencer from WERSI can be found at EMUecke.

MIDI-SID

The SID can be configured and played with as MIDI sound device. Use the Settings dialog to configure the MIDI channels and select a MIDI device.

 Function Configuration
Channel
Control
Channel
Play
Channel
 MIDI Message
 Oscillator Select X      Bank select (0,1 ,2)
 Per Oscillator (over Control-Channel or Bank select):      
 Attack   X    CC73
 Decay X    CC75
 Sustain   X    CC11
 Release   X    CC72
 Pulsewidth   X    CC76
 Filter On/Off   X    CC80
 Sync On/Off   X    CC81
 Ring On/Off   X    CC82
 Waveform   X    ProgramChange
0:Rect
1:Triangle
2:Sawtooth
3:Noise
 Global:        
 Filter cutoff X      CC74
 Filter Type X      CC70
0:Off
1:LP
2:BP
3:HP
4:BS
 Filter resonance X      CC71
 OSC3 Off X      CC83
 Volume X      CC7
         
 Note On/Off     X  9/8