Upload A MIDI
Nonstop2k depends on its users when it comes to MIDI files, Keys and BPMs. If you would like to help please submit your MIDI files by filling in the form on the right, it is very much appreciated!
How does it work?
- Fill in the form and click the submit button
- Your file is sent to the admins for validation, this can take up to 7 days
- If approved your MIDI will be available on the site
- File MUST be made by yourself, uploading MIDI files made by someone else is strickly forbidden
- We currently only accept EDM.
- The lenght of your MIDI may not exceed 1.30mins and must not be shorter than 6 seconds.
- MIDIs must contain minimum a reasonable amount of notes of the melody and bass (or the chords). Listen to your MIDI closely and see if it sounds like the original to judge for yourself.
- Don't upload 4 MIDIs for each instrument: combine them into one and name the channels as such.
- We only accept your MIDI interpretation of existing tracks, don't upload your own melodies unless this is a released track.
- You agree to the terms for uploading, by clicking the submit button. The terms can be found on the right.
- The file upload was errornous and we have a 0kb file that doesn't play
- You broke one of the rules (ie, not made by yourself, not edm, too long, too short, your own track, too few notes, etc)
- The MIDI is off key or has wrong timing (remember that small mistakes are unavoidable, but big notable mistakes will result in a rejected file).
Rules for uploading
Why doesn't my file show up on the site?
All MIDI files need to be validated before they are approved. This doesn't happen everyday (we have other things to do as well ;)). Usually it means we haven't updated yet and you'll have to wait a little longer.
You have updated and my file still isn't there
This means your MIDI was rejected, unfortunately we can't tell you why this is, but it could be one of the following reasons:
How long does validation take?
We update about once or twice a week. During holiday seasons it might take longer, but generally we update every 7 days.
TermsBy sending MIDI files to us, posting MIDI files in the forum or by any other way publishing MIDI files via Nonstop2k.com, you give us a non-exclusive right to distribute these MIDI files. We unpack zipped packages and put the MIDI as .mid on our servers. If your MIDI file is a recreation of an existing tune, the MIDI becomes public domain after submitting. We do not remove any MIDI files you have made from the website , unless you are the copyright holder (ie, the original artist or the record label). This means that you cannot request to remove a MIDI you have made if it is not your own track. If you have sent a MIDI of one of your own tracks we will of course remove this MIDI from the server upon your request.
By submitting/uploading/posting a MIDI file you are aware of this and agree to these terms.
How to fill in the upload form?
- Artist: insert only the artist name
- Title: insert only the title of the track and the remix. If it's original mix, don't add that. Also don't add information about the MIDI, such as 'piano','intro', 'made by', etc.
- Creator: insert your user or nickname
- Label: insert the label the track was released on for the first time. You can check this on beatport or discogs.
- Year: insert the year the track was first released.
- BPM: insert the beats per minute of the track. You can find this on beatport or find our yourself. Either use a whole number (ie 128) or one decimal (ie 128.1)
- Beatport URL: insert the URL of this track on beatport (not the release or artist URL!). If it's not on beatport, use another download store, soundcloud or youtube link. URLs should start with http://
- Key: select the key of this track. You can find this on beatport, use the info from your MIDI or use software such as Mixed in Key. If you don't know or can't find out select Unknown
- Genre: select the genre of this track. Use beatport, discogs or wikipedia if you are unsure.
- File: select the MIDI file on your computer.