Hello Jep, welcome to CPDL! I'm the one who was talking with you on the forums. Replying to your question there: other people have already contributed single-track midis for rehearsal. If you plan to contribute a complete edition with score in pdf and a midi set, then you may just list the midis after the pdf file (see example here). On the other side, if you intend to upload just a midi set, but no pdf file, then we have a special template for this situation, named TrainingAids. See here for an example on how to use it. Best regards, —Carlos (talk) 00:48, 22 October 2015 (UTC)
Thanks for the welcome and the help, Carlos.
I won't be contributing midi files here.
Was considering making midi files available to the choir I joined, as training aids.
It appeared to be quite difficult to find suitable midi's for the repertoire we are doing. Making them myself is hard because I am no keyboard player. Doing it note by note is too much work.
So I decided to make a page on which I collect youtube movies and SoundCloud examples. This page is available to all choir members. To myself it is a great help in studying the music.--Jepz11 (talk) 18:12, 22 February 2016 (UTC)