MidiYodi 2020.2

Application that allows editing, examination, and playback of MIDI files...
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MidiYodi is an application that allows editing, examination, and playback of MIDI files, including the following rich set of features:
MIDI File Examination MIDI File Explorer: Scans entire folders for MIDI files and for each file displays information such as type, number of tracks, available instruments, song duration, tempo, key- and time signatures. Song and Tracks Overview: Displays the rolled-out contents of a MIDI file including a measure bar and all its tracks. Each track displays miniature 'notes', instrument and a volume curve. In addition meta events such as markers, tempos, time signatures and key signatures are visualized. Keyboard Examiner: Displays all notes for a track in a keyboard like viewer. Score Examiner: Displays all notes for a track in a score like viewer. Event Examiner: Displays all events for a track including event position (beat, time and tick), category (meta, voice or system), type (note on/off, program change etc) and value. MIDI File Editing Single track files (type 0) can be "trackified" and converted (type 1). Song can be transposed in half-tones up or down and individual tracks can be transposed in 8va's Tempo can be altered. Tracks can have their name, instrument and volume changed. Tracks can be removed. Sections of the song can be cut out. Any MIDI event (meta, voice or system) can be added or updated. Voice events can be moved from one channel to another. Save, Save As and Undo/Redo functionality included. MIDI File Playback Controls to start and pause playback in a tape recorder fashion. Selected sections of a song can be played in loop mode Quick navigation by clicking anywhere in the song or jump to the next/previous marker, tempo-, time signature- or key signature change. Controls to Mute or Solo any track. MidiYodi Customization Default examiner (displayed when a track is double-clicked) selection. Color theme selection. Language selection MIDI Output device selection. Default MIDI-file to load when MidiYodi is launched Remembers the directory where you last opened a MIDI file.

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