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What's the difference between "cm" and "cp" .mid files?

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CM files are MIDIs which are suitable for listening.  They are created as to simulate the actual artist's recording, which would include a fadeout.

CP files are backing tracks, which are suitable for performance and contain an ending.

All downloads contain both versions (if appplicable)

 
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Article ID: 26
Category: CYBERMIDI MIDI Questions
Date added: 2015-06-07 19:13:37
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