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routemidi lets you define multiple busses, each of which reads from multiple input ports, merges the streams together, and copies the result to multiple output ports. You can route channels freely between busses. On Linux and MacOS it also lets you establish virtual ports for other applications to connect to later.
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alsamidicable works on Linux only, and has a different way of referring to ports than the other utilities. It's similar to the system utility aconnect but will wait for ports with the specified names to be created before connecting to them. This allows it to be used in startup scripts which would otherwise have timing issues.
qwertymidi lets you use your computer keyboard as if it were a synthesizer keyboard. It supports custom mapping of the keyboard layout by means of a config file. Sample maps are provided for conventional and von Janko pianos, Hayden, English, Anglo, Maccann, and Crane concertinas, different chromatic and diatonic button accordions, and more. For portability reasons this has to be a GUI application, but it still takes all its options from the command line.
delta is a fun to play, monophonic variation on qwertymidi which maps keys on the computer keyboard to relative intervals instead of absolute pitches. It was inspired by the unusual Samchillian MIDI controller I read about online. It also supports custom keyboard mappings.
midifile is a powerful and practical C language library that allows you to read and write Standard MIDI Files (SMF), and provides a data structure for MIDI sequences. Essentially, it is the core of a MIDI sequencer without the user interface and the realtime recording and playback functionality. It has no dependencies, so it should be easy to include in your own projects.
normalizesmf is a utility which provides a minimal demonstration of the midifile library. It reads in a MIDI file, then writes it out again. If your sequencer complains that a file is invalid, this normalizer might make it more palatable.
Also provided is the source code to several obsolete or incomplete programs in the "extras" directory. They're included in the package primarily so that I don't lose track of them, but there's useful code to borrow in there, and I may return to working on some of them if there's enough demand. These include alsamidi2net, alsamidi2pipe, beatbox, fakesustain, imp, intervals, joycc, joypedal, mciplaysmf, metercaster, midimon, midithru, multiecho, net2alsamidi, net2pipe, onmessage, onpedal, padpedal, pedalnote, pipe2alsamidi, pipe2net, Piano Protagonist, pulsar, rw, smftosqlite, sqlitetosmf, transpose, velocityfader, velocity-map, verbosify, xmidiqwerty, older platform-specific versions of the main utilities, and several attempts to build a full linear or step-based sequencer, the latest of which is called Seqer. This last is something of a quixotic quest for me which has been going on for many years, and most of my standalone utilities are actually spin-offs from that project.
Most of the realtime utilities are designed to connect to existing MIDI ports. That's fine if you want them to talk directly to hardware, but isn't sufficient if you want to use the output of one utility as the input of another. Different platforms have different solutions to this problem. On Linux or MacOS you can use routemidi to create virtual ports. This isn't possible on Windows, but there you can use a MIDI loopback driver such as the free LoopMIDI. On Linux you can also use alsamidicable to reconfigure MIDI connections between programs which are already running.
If you don't have a hardware synthesizer or virtual instrument software, you'll probably want a simple fallback software synthesizer to turn MIDI messages into actual sound. Windows comes with the Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth. On Linux you can use Timidity or Fluidsynth. On MacOS you can use the free SimpleSynth. For a more powerful software synthesizer which is compatible with Tactrola's MPE output, try Surge.
designed for midi and karaoke files (*.mid, *.kar) in a SMF0 and SMF1 formats. This MidiWorks supports standard XG, is a powerful midi editor for Yamaha instruments. With its help your midi files become play much better. Use the voices Sweet, Cool, Live, MegaVoice, Super Articulation!
...or maybe you would like to create your own styles for the Yamaha instruments, or edit those that currently you have? I have for you the style editor designed to files *.sty, *.prs *.sst, formats SFF1 and SFF GE. With this program you can convert midi file to style file. You can add CASM (CTab) and OTS parameters. You can build own the new style, by using a few other styles.
This is program for owners of the Korg keyboards, for editing files midi (*.mid) and karaoke (*.kar) format SMF0 and SMF1. Like all MidiWorks allows processing midi file according to your preferences. Very good suited for mastering, transposition, change voices to the GM2, RX and DNC.
Here's another program from the MidiWorks family, designed for the Ketron instruments. The program edits the files and karaoke midi (*.mid, *.kar) formats SMF0 and SMF1. Very well suited for mastering, transposition, change voices, as well as full midi files editing.
Standard MIDI was created in 1983 to unify digital synthesizers, that from now on they can be controlled from a single keyboard, working with computer. This is a great technology, that allows an incredible opportunity to build and edit musical arrangements. Any modification of the midi file, open and even multiple save, does not result the loss of sound quality. The midi file play in the high-end instrument very often sounds better than an mp3 file. Remember, mp3 compression is lossy compression, which reduces bandwidth and dynamics of sound.
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Each editor supports midi (*.mid) and karaoke (*.kar) files with a SMF0 and SMF1 format. Series of MidiWorks is a powerful tools dedicated to the particular musical instrument. The software has a maps of voice of instruments, data for layers of sounds and as defined System Exclusive messages. A multitude built-in the features allow editing according to Your preferences, ideal for mastering, transposition, change GM voice to panel voice (Sweet, Cool, Live, MegaVoice, Super Articulation, RX, DNC itd.) and also for shorten or lengthen of songs. By using MidiWorks You can quickly and easily add lyric to song, print, improve, change and export to the text file. During work with midi files the limit is your imagination and sound effect is exactly according to Your musical taste! The list of supported instruments is very rich and still growing, if any of the instruments is not on the listed, please contact us.
- style files editor for Yamaha instruments (*.sty *.prs *.sst) in formats SFF1 and SFF GE (SFF2). Software also supports midi files (*.mid) in formats SMF0 and SMF1. StyleMagic is a tool for processing the midi file to style file, format conversion from SFF2 to SFF1 or SFF1 to SFF2, gives satisfaction, comfort of job and the ability to create high-quality styles. This is only one software, that allows you to advanced edit the style file both the notes (midi data) and parameters (CASM data - data for the arranger in order to work properly) and also OTS data (One Touch Settings). I invite you, try StyleMagic, demo version is available!!!. Members forum of Yamaha about StyleMagic Youtube channel about StyleMagic
This tool with great potential, after appropriate configuration to Your liking, will automatically change the voice (GM to Panel), will set reverb and chorus, and also set midi master volume level without distortion and clipping. Two-level revoicing of melodic channels provides the automatic, unique swap GM voice to panel voice.
It looks to me as if Cubase is routing the midi data to the Halion SE virtual instrument. I have no idea why that is, or if you set it to do that deliberately. It could be that you want that, see above questions.
Thanks for following up.For me, the only two reasons for exporting from MOX8 to Cubase is first to convert the midi file and get a mp3 file, also I like to see if I can learn how Cubase works, editing etc. 041b061a72