I thought you said you left?
When did you come back, and do you really expect help after all you've "done" for us?
At any rate, I'll help you regardless.
You need to do a search in Google for "Midi editing software"
Most higher end multi-track recording programs offer this feature automatically, such as Sonar, Cubase, Logic, Pro Tools (though Pro Tools is MOSTLY sound editing/recording it does offer limited midi capability)
There are some smaller ones that work too, like NoteWorthy Composer - it's a simple and handy little program that's great for lying basic midi tracks down and it's cheap too.
Last edited by Enigma™; 06-08-2006 at 08:57 AM..