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Welcome folks!

I just stumbled across an old abandoned webpage while surfing, where a beautiful MIDI song can be heard after the page is successfully opened. The MIDI song is so great that I must have it. The problem is, the page does not have this particular MIDI song for download, and I don't have the sightest clue what could its title be, or who is the artist.

This is why I'm writing. I am pretty sure that I can view the data and everything what my browser opens or downloads or such. I'm using Windows Internet Explorer 8, and I know nothing about where IE8 saves or stores the data - for example, that MIDI song. If I could find it,it might show me the title and the artist. This is the only way I could get a clue,and download that MIDI.

Don't suggest music recording - I need it in MIDI format, not MP3 or WAV or anything else. If you could tell me how can I view what could be that MIDI file which starts playing when I open the webpage, I would be most graceful!
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What is the URL (address) to that particular page?
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Well, this is the webpage :)

http://www.eadcentra...12/jukebox.html

Don't get me wrong - this song is NOT the "Sweet dreams".

Edited by Reactor, 10 August 2010 - 06:36 AM.

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http://www.fortuneci...112/marilyn.mid

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Amazing! How did you found it?
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Got started by exploring the source code of their webpage(s). :)
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