MIDI is a widely used file format that generates sound from event messages. Besides, it is different from traditional audio file formats in being much smaller, that’s why it is usually played on karaoke machines and programs. However, they’re not readily playable on many devices. MIDI Converter Studio can help you convert MIDI sound files into other formats.
The application has a straightforward multi-language interface. The program allows batch processing and you can easily create a conversion list by dragging files onto its window or by opening them from the explorer. Fortunately, it supports practically all kinds of MIDI files, such as MIDI itself, KAR and RMI.
At this point, you can preview the contents of the selected tracks. Then, you can configure output parameters, such as a target format and folder. Various audio formats like WAV, MP3, WMA, OGG, FLAC and APE are supported. In addition, according to the type of format, you can also adjust other aspects, as channels, a sample frequency rate, bit rate and codec.
For any type of format, you can also adjust the tempo. It is a good thing that the tool allows editing ID tags as well. Finally, it is also possible to choose a conversion mode from direct sound recording or MIDI rendering.
The converted files keep the quality of the original file with practically no audible loss. Moreover, the application does it in practically no time and without making many demands on the resources of your system. As an additional feature, the resulting tracks can be burned to a disc.
In general, Midi Converter Studio is appropriate for any kind of user that needs to play MIDI files on many different devices. Unluckily, it seems to me that “studio” is too big a word for a program that doesn’t allow editing operations, even the simplest ones, such as splitting and cutting.