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Find overlapping MIDI notes
# Checks a MIDI file to see if there are any overlapping notes
# An overlapping note is defined as two MIDI on events in sequence
import math
from mido import MidiFile, tick2second
input_midi = MidiFile(r'my_midi_file.mid')
notes = {} # stores which note is being held when iterating through each event
tempo = 120 # default, tempo will be read from the file
numerator = 4 # default, will be read from the file
absolute_ticks = 0 # contains the current time when processing each event
def note_to_name(note):
notes = ["C", "C#", "D", "D#", "E", "F", "F#", "G", "G#", "A", "A#", "B"]
octave = math.floor((note / 12) - 1)
note_index = (note % 12)
note = notes[note_index]
return f'{note}{octave}'
# process MIDI messages
for original_track in input_midi.tracks:
for msg in original_track:
if msg.type == 'time_signature':
numerator = msg.numerator
if msg.type != 'end_of_track':
absolute_ticks += msg.time
if msg.type == 'set_tempo':
tempo = msg.tempo
if msg.type == 'note_off' or msg.type == 'note_on' and msg.velocity == 0:
try:
del notes[msg.note]
except:
pass
if msg.type == 'note_on':
if msg.note in notes:
print(f'Overlapping note {note_to_name(msg.note)} at bar {absolute_ticks / input_midi.ticks_per_beat / numerator + 1}')
notes[msg.note] = msg
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