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You'll find all the conversion and compression tools you need, all in one place, at Zamzar. With over 1100 file-conversion types supported, whether you need to convert videos, audio, documents or images, you'll easily find what you need and soon have your files in the formats and sizing that work for you.
MIDI Audio Format MIDI Converter
MIDI is a file format for creating, sharing and playing digital music. The name MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface, and the standard was launched in 1983. MIDI files don’t contain an actual audio recording, but instead contain data about how the sound should be produced by a compatible playback device or software program, including the notation, pitch, speed, volume and tempo of each instrument. The format’s smaller file sizes make it ideal for sharing music online.
MIDI is predominantly designed for musicians and producers to create or edit music or audio tracks, and so MIDI files can't be played by all media players. However, you should be able to play MIDI tracks with most music recording and editing applications, such as GarageBand and Audio Evolution Mobile, as well as with VLC Media Player. You can also use these applications to export MIDI files into other formats like MP3 or WAV.
M4A Audio Format M4A Converter
M4A files are an extension of the MP4 container format (MPEG-4 or Moving Picture Experts Group-4). Originally developed by Apple as a competing format to MP3, M4As are specifically used to store audio-only material such as podcasts, music, audiobooks and other auditory entertainment. You can open these files using Apple Music, VideoLAN VLC media player, Microsoft Windows Media Player and others.
M4A files are typically encoded with ALAC (Apple Lossless Audio Codec) or AAC (Advanced Audio Coding), compressing the files to produce smaller file sizes that retain high-quality sound. Due to their reduced file sizes, M4A files are a go-to format for sharing and downloading audio content, especially music downloaded from the Apple iTunes Store. You can play M4A files with most popular media players, including Apple Music, Apple Quicktime, Windows Media Player (if you add the K-Lite Codec Pack), Adobe Audition, and VLC.
How to convert a MIDI to a M4A file?
1. Choose the MIDI file that you want to convert.
2. Select M4A as the the format you want to convert your MIDI file to.