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The Dubroom started out as an online archive of original Reggae Midi Files. On this page you can find out all about it 

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QUESTION
What soundcard do I need to play the midifiles? 
ANSWER
Any Soundcard with a Wavetable, such as the SoundBlaster AWE series, or the Gravis Ultrasound, or the Turtle Beach. Alternatively, you can use a software Wavetable, for which any 16 Bit soundcard will do.
QUESTION
What software do I need to play the midifiles?
ANSWER
Windows has a media player, which enables you to play any midifile. I prefer to use VLC Player. 
QUESTION
I make Dub/Reggae midifiles myself and I would like to be included in the Dubroom Midi Archives. How?
ANSWER
Unfortunately for you, we do no longer actively present the MIDI files. There's an archive of Dubroom MIDI files but that's it. 
QUESTION
I want to make a remix of a Dubroom Track. Do you mind?
ANSWER
No, we don't. We would however like to give you permission so please use the contact pages for that. In general,when your project is non-commercial and you give the Dubroom the credit, everything should be ok. It becomes totally different when you want to use our works in your commercial project, as has been done with our MIDI Files (see here for more info)
QUESTION
When I play midifiles they sound like little children keyboards. Can I still enjoy midifiles with my soundcard? 
ANSWER
Yes, you can. There are numerous software synthesizers. These programs will read your midifiles and use professional sounds to play them back. 
QUESTION
When I click on a midifile link, the file starts downloading automatically, and then it is played by Media Player or Winamp. But I want to save the file, not play it. 
ANSWER
It is something very annoying indeed! The solution is quite simple: Click with your right mouse button on the link in order to open the context menus. Then select "save as...". You can then go to a map in which you can save the file for later use. 

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