Differences between revisions 30 and 31
Revision 30 as of 2005-07-05 20:35:59
Size: 1547
Editor: anonymous
Comment:
Revision 31 as of 2005-07-25 00:03:49
Size: 1698
Editor: anonymous
Comment:
Deletions are marked like this. Additions are marked like this.
Line 42: Line 42:
 * [http://www.linuxgazette.com/issue15/midi.html Linux and MIDI: In the beginning...].  * [http://www.linuxgazette.com/issue15/midi.html Linux and MIDI: In the beginning...].
* [http://www.kibosh.org/pykaraoke wiki:Self:PyKaraoke] MIDI/CDG Karaoke player for Linux
Line 53: Line 54:
 * TestMidi.  * [http://unixmidiplugin.tripod.com/midiSamplePage.html MIDI test page].

["Sound"]


The ["MIME"] types are

  • audio/x-midi
  • audio/x-mid
  • audio/midi

and the file extensions

 mid
 midi

You can use ["Timidity"] to easily play MIDI and ["karaoke"] files in Linux and ["Mozilla"].

Gnome

Store a midi file in your home directory. Open ["Nautilus"] and right click in the midi file. Select "Open with" (other application) or in Properties go to "Open with". Select Timidity in /usr/bin. Appears the text:

 '/usr/bin/timidity' 

Change it to

 '/usr/bin/timidity' -ia

Now, every time you click in a midi file, timidity is going to play it.

You can use a similar procedure for *.kar (open karaoke) files.

Mozilla

Go to Edit Preferences Advance and in "System preferences" mark the box "Use the system preferences" (if you have ["timidity"] installed in your Gnome system).

See also:

OSS

ALSA