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You can use [[Timidity]] to easily play MIDI and [[karaoke]] files in Linux and [[Mozilla]]. You can use [[Timidity]] to easily play MIDI and [[Karaoke|karaoke]] files in Linux and [[Mozilla]].
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=== Jack MIDI ===
 * jackd can work with MIDI data as well as audio.
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Now, every time you click in a midi file, timidity is going to play it. Now, every time you click in a midi file, Timidity is going to play it.

Translation(s): English - Italiano

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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.

ALSA

Jack MIDI

  • jackd can work with MIDI data as well as audio.

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


CategorySound