MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) is a binary encoding of musical "events" (e.g., as note beginning or end) originally designed for communication between electronic musical instruments and devices (e.g., keyboards, synthesizers, etc.) Since MIDI events contain a time stamp, streams could be saved as files and processed by computers. (MIDI Files are listed in the Arts/Music/Sound Files/MIDI category.) This category contains sites that contain, describe, or sell software related to MIDI file creation, editing, or usage.
Runs in console terminal under GNU/Linux and can be run in Windows via Cygwin. CuSE can be operated through accords to aid visually impaired people.
Dance production, tips and techniques plus links, club, and charts.
Software to convert proprietary music files into standard midi files.
Freeware and shareware MIDI tools for Windows and Linux.
MIDI software to download for free for Windows, Macintosh, BeOS, Linux, OS2, DOS, and Atari.
Can play from a plain text notation and export the score in the Standard MIDI format. Free software.
E-Learning software using the klavarskribo method. Includes mailing list, chat room, photos, forum, price list and catalogue, and details of the learning system used.
Makers of MIDI software, including Rhythm'n'Chords and Looper. Demo versions are available for download.
German company that offers virtual MIDI drivers and MIDI over LAN software.
Piano Booster is a MIDI file player that displays the musical score along with a teaching function. Works on GNU/Linux, Mac, Windows. GPL license.
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