In This Lesson: Importing MIDI - What to do with it once it's imported!
If you are using Guitar Pro to export your MIDI, export from Guitar Pro 6 (Guitar Pro 5 will not give you any usable MIDI data). If you don't have any MIDI data to import, you can download the MIDI file that I used in the video. (Clicking on the link will download a ZIP file containing the MIDI.)
File > Import MIDI File > Choose your MIDI file to import the MIDI.
Once you have imported whatever MIDI data that you want (From another program), you will have a bunch of empty combinators with MIDI data.
You won't hear any sounds, but you will have all the MIDI data you need.
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