Differences between revisions 53 and 54
Revision 53 as of 2019-08-17 12:45:01
Size: 1645
Editor: nodiscc
Comment: cleanup, remove obsolete paragraph about mozilla, condense
Revision 54 as of 2019-08-17 12:48:53
Size: 1644
Editor: nodiscc
Comment: link to FileManager
Deletions are marked like this. Additions are marked like this.
Line 16: Line 16:
The [[DebPkg:fluid-soundfont-gs]] [[DebPkg:fluid-soundfont-gm]] [[DebPkg:vlc-plugin-fluidsynth]] packages allow you to play MIDI files in any Gstreamer-based media player or [[VLC]]. Right-click a {{{.mid}}} or {{{.kar}}} file in your file manager, ''Open with...'', select the {{{/usr/bin/timidy}}} program, and change its command line to {{{'/usr/bin/timidity' -ia}}} The [[DebPkg:fluid-soundfont-gs]] [[DebPkg:fluid-soundfont-gm]] [[DebPkg:vlc-plugin-fluidsynth]] packages allow you to play MIDI files in any Gstreamer-based media player or [[VLC]]. Right-click a {{{.mid}}} or {{{.kar}}} file in your FileManager, ''Open with...'', select the {{{/usr/bin/timidy}}} program, and change its command line to {{{'/usr/bin/timidity' -ia}}}

Translation(s): English - Français - Italiano

MIDI

Software

For a full list of MIDI software, see the Multimedia page.

MIDI file MIME types are audio/x-midi, audio/x-mid, and audio/midi. The file extensions are .mid, .midi.

You can use Timidity to easily play MIDI and ?karaoke files.

The fluid-soundfont-gs fluid-soundfont-gm vlc-plugin-fluidsynth packages allow you to play MIDI files in any Gstreamer-based media player or VLC. Right-click a .mid or .kar file in your FileManager, Open with..., select the /usr/bin/timidy program, and change its command line to '/usr/bin/timidity' -ia

Hardware

See the MidiHardware page to connect a musical instrument to your computer using MIDI.

MIDI systems

MIDI playback and redording is supported by the following systems and sound servers:

Wiki pages

List of wiki pages about MIDI software, the MIDI format, hardware setup or configuration:


CategorySound ?CategoryMidi CategoryFileFormat