; hit all twelve notes, and the octave [:piano 1/8 :c :c# :d :d# :e :f :f# :g :g# :a :a# :b :+c] ; chords are just notes in a set ;[:piano #{:c :e}] ; you can change the length of chords just like single notes ;[:guitar {:octave 4}] ; 1/8 #{:d :-b :-g} #{:d :-b :-g}] ; 1/4 #{:d :-b :-g} #{:e :c :-g} #{:d :-b :-g}] ; to play two instruments simultaneously, put them in a set! ;#{[:banjo {:octave 3} 1/16 :b :+c 1/8 :+d :b :+c :a :b :g :a] ; [:guitar {:octave 3} 1/16 :r :r 1/8 :g :r :d :r :g :g :d]]
Midibin uses edna to make music. If you're new to it, see the examples to learn the basics. You can also ask for help on /r/midibin.

Choose an instrument from the menu to hear how it sounds:

[:piano {:octave 3} 1/16 :b :+c 1/8 :+d :b :+c :a :b :g :a]