Cross-browser way to play MIDI on the web page

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For one project I needed to play midi files on the page. Of course this should work on most browsers (IE6, well I don't take into account). But, as I understand it, either you need the QuickTime plugin, which is not on every machine, or Flash, which judging from what you've told me Google, midi is not able to work, or the audio tag, which is not everywhere implemented in FF, for example, midi is also not friendly.
In General, I'm surprised. The old format used (in the circles of musicians), and support tight. Does anyone have the options to stick a midi playing on the page?
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using the embed tag
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here are examples and variations
\rwww.123webmaster.com/Onsite/Building/EmbeddingMidi.html
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tested working in Chrome,FF,Safari
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MIDI is not the format, it is an interface for data transmission. MIDI is not all sound cards. And if only the MIDI content will not be generated somehow randomly, or online, you at least need to render these, your, medicnie ringtones in WAV. This can be done in any MIDI editor or a sequencer. For example, the same FL Studio.
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On account of the MIDI playback will not say anything 100%, but again, like what I have is an external Professor card WITHOUT MIDI. And ACC. my PC was not able to reproduce MIDI hardware.
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It may sound funny, but it's easier to convert it to another audio format.
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