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How to convert a MIDI to a WAV file?
- Choose the MIDI file that you want to convert.
- Select WAV as the the format you want to convert your MIDI file to.
- Click "Convert" to convert your MIDI file.
Zamzar Pro Tip: Should you wish to open MIDI files then you could consider using Windows Media Player.
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|Description||The MIDI file was developed to allow both musicians and audio developers to transfer MIDI data from one software application to another. The MIDI file contains messages that specify notation, pitch, velocity and control signals for volume, vibrato, audio panning that synchronise tempo between multiple devices. Historically you would have needed four separate keyboard instruments, but now with MIDI files you can play multiple instruments from a single controller.|
|Technical Details||MIDI messages are made up of 8-bit words that are transmitted serially at 31.25 kbaud. A MIDI link can carry sixteen independent channels of information, MIDI messages can be channel messages, which are sent on only one of the 16 channels and can be heard only by devices receiving on that channel, or system messages, which are heard by all devices. There are five types of message: Channel Voice, Channel Mode, System Common, System Real-Time, and System Exclusive. There are two variations of the Standard MIDI File format, called Type 0 and Type 1. Type 0 is a single track of data; Type 1 is multi-track.|
|Description||The WAV file is one of the simplest digital audio file formats. It was originally developed back in 1991 for use within Windows 3.1 but today it is the gold standard in studio recording and one of the most popular digital audio formats. As they are stored in an uncompressed format they are enormously versatile and allow for easy editing and manipulation. One minor drawback is that the file sizes can be huge which can make them a little impractical.|
|Technical Details||A file with the WAV file extension is a Waveform audio file format and is a container that stores data in segments. It was originally developed by Microsoft and IBM and stores uncompressed lossless audio which results in very large file sizes. The format uses containers to store the audio data, track numbers, sample rate and bit rate.|
|Developed by||Microsoft & IBM|
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