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MuseScore completely falls apart trying to play Black MIDI (Red Zone)

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Added: September 06, 2021 Views: 16 Ratings: 0
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Added: September 06, 2021, 01:10 PM (More info)
Soon after recording, I had ...
Added: September 06, 2021, 01:10 PM (Less info)
Soon after recording, I had to throw my melting computer out of a window before it exploded into a blaze of glory and hazardous chemicals. This video was all that remained. I'll miss you Bessie...

Played with MuseScore 3.6.2 on a wimpy Windows 10. Yes, I am aware that faster players exist. I have PFA myself. However, this is much more fun >:)

Here is the MIDI in question (nearly 1MB, pretty big for a .mid!): https://mega.nz/file/TsI0DbKL#5mlvl4z9BWkxqm3OAZ8Si6hlzGxR4P3ryia-jMC-sOs
Category:  Music
Date Recorded:  2021-09-06