timidity

Software sound renderer (MIDI sequencer, MOD player)
  http://timidity.sourceforge.net/
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  13 reviews



TiMidity++ is a very high quality software-only MIDI sequencer and MOD player. It uses sound fonts (GUS-compatible or SF2-compatible) to render MIDI files, which are not included in this package.

* Plays MIDI files without any external MIDI instruments at all
* Understands SMF, RCP/R36/G18/G36, MFI, RMI (MIDI)
* Autodetects and supports GM/GS/XG MIDI
* Understands MOD, XM, S3M, IT, 699, AMF, DSM, FAR, GDM,
IMF, MED, MTM, STM, STX, ULT, UNI (MOD)
* Does MOD to MIDI conversion (including playback)
* Outputs audio into various audio file formats: WAV, au, AIFF,
Ogg (Vorbis, FLAC, Speex)
* Supports JACK, ALSA and AO drivers
* Uses Gravis Ultrasound compatible patch files and SoundFont2 patch
files as the voice data for MIDI instruments
* Supports playing from archives (zip, lzh, tar...).
* Timidity++ can be used as an ALSA sequencer device
Latest reviews
1
humanpride 2 years ago

/etc/timidity/freepats.cfg: No such file or directory timidity: Error reading configuration file. Please check /etc/timidity/timidity.cfg

1
essemme 7 years ago

Non sono riuscito a farlo funzionare

2
avocador 7 years ago

wont work correctly with Mint17(Quina)

5
sinihisi 8 years ago

lmde

5
Anomitee 8 years ago

I needed to play midi files in Linux - this did the job!

2
BozoDel 10 years ago

had lots of trouble trying to get it to run on startup

5
jmaltube 10 years ago

I still dont get why tuxguitar doesnt install timidity along with it.

5
subvader12 10 years ago

Makes work TuxGuitar sound very well.

5
smbot31 10 years ago

Makes it possible to play MIDI files... what else can you ask for?

4
princeinflorida 11 years ago

Very good sound. In the midi file Properties I Add the OpenWith command: "xterm -e timidity"

1
Inoki 11 years ago

Comes without a GUI, how is one supposed to maintain playback?

4
grim 11 years ago

Really helped me out with TuxGuitar sound problems!

5
Xyie 11 years ago

Finding this midi sequencer made my day. I'd previously given up on trying to get MIDI files to play under linux, but this allows them to work!