.midi To .mid
.midi To .mid
you should now be able to convert.mid and.midi files to.txt using any text editor or word processor. for example, you could use the notepad text editor included with windows. i will assume you are using a windows machine for the remainder of this article. you may also use wordpad or word.
in an older version of midiworks, if you drag and drop a midi file onto the program, it will automatically attempt to open the file for you. in other words, you just drag and drop a.mid file onto the program, and the program will open it for you.
in windows, the file extensions for midi files are: midi, midi, mdi, midi, midi, midi, midi, mid, mid, and as you have found out, it is.mid,.midi,.mid, and.mid, respectively. other programs may have other file extensions.
miditomp3.py -d /users/hy2/music/midi/cm1-01.mid -f /users/hy2/music/midi/cm1-01.mp3
now the problem is that the.midi file contains some data that isn’t in the.mp3 file, such as the program headers. how can i get rid of the.midi headers so that the song will play as a normal.mp3?
i’m sure that there are other software solutions for playing.mid files, but i have found the daw to be the easiest, particularly for learning. as for why it is not working, it could be a number of things, as j_t says, the daw may be reading the file, and not reading it as a midi file.
if the daw is not reading the file as a midi file, try changing the setting in the preferences of the daw. in the preferences, when you open the daw, you will see the file handling tab. on the file handling tab, check the box next to „use the daw to play.mid“, then save the settings. after restarting the daw, you should be able to play a.mid file.