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Standard MIDI Files (SMF) contain sound events that indicate the notes and instruments in a musical performance, but do not include the digital waveform of the audio. They usually have the extension .mid or .midi. To play a MIDI file, software has to synthesize the music, which usually requires reading digital samples of musical instruments from a large file.
  
 
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Revision as of 03:44, 2 August 2020

Midi file format

Playing MIDI

Standard MIDI Files (SMF) contain sound events that indicate the notes and instruments in a musical performance, but do not include the digital waveform of the audio. They usually have the extension .mid or .midi. To play a MIDI file, software has to synthesize the music, which usually requires reading digital samples of musical instruments from a large file.

Windows

Linux

macOS

  • macOS MIDI Player Example code for a minimal application to play MIDI and iMelody files.

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