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With Zamzar, file conversions are easy, reliable and convenient, so you can quickly convert your documents, images, videos, and more, to the formats you need. With faster downloads of converted files, and friendly and helpful support when you need it, you’ll have everything you need to work with your files.
A converted file doesn't mean a change of formatting or style. Instead, the only thing you should notice is a new file extension.
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Tools to suit your file conversion and file compression needs
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.
WAV Audio Format WAV Converter
The WAV audio file format was developed by IBM and Microsoft in 1991. WAV stands for Waveform Audio File Format, and it is still a commonly used file type. You can open WAV files with almost all media players and devices because it’s such an established format.
Unlike many other popular audio formats like MP3 or AAC, WAV files are uncompressed and ‘lossless’. This means WAV files have higher sound quality, which is why many musicians prefer to record and play music in WAV format. However, because the files aren’t compressed, the downside is that WAV files can be much bigger than other audio formats – up to 10 times the file size of an MP3. Most users choose to keep their digital music in MP3 or AAC format as they can store more music on their device. MP3 and AAC are also the default formats for many media players.
How to convert a MIDI to a WAV file?
- 1. Choose the MIDI file that you want to convert.
- 2. Select WAV as the the format you want to convert your MIDI file to.
Frequently asked questions
If you’ve got any questions about converting or compressing files with Zamzar, we’re happy to help! We’ve answered a few commonly-asked questions below, to get you started, and you can find out more information about file conversion and compression with Zamzar, in our Help centre.
You can convert MIDI to WAV using some media players like VLC, with certain music-creation apps like Apple GarageBand, or with web-based file conversion software like Zamzar. An advantage of using Zamzar’s online tool is that you don’t need to install any additional programs on your device. Just upload your MIDI file to the free tool on Zamzar’s website, select to convert it into WAV format, and then download the new file. If you already have VLC media player, you can use the ‘Convert/Stream’ option to upload your MIDI file to the player and export it as a WAV file.
MIDI can be easily converted to another audio format using online conversion tools like Zamzar, as well as with some media players and audio software. If you have software that can record, edit or play MIDI format files, such as Apple GarageBand, you should be able to use that to save or export the project into WAV, MP3 or another common audio format.
You may find it even simpler to convert MIDI files to audio using Zamzar, because you don’t need any specialist software and don't need to open the files. Just upload your files to the tool on Zamzar’s website, choose your preferred audio format (e.g. MP3, WAV or AAC), and then download the new files.
Online file conversion tools like Zamzar are a simple way to convert a MIDI track to another audio format. The tool on Zamzar’s website is free for most users and doesn’t require the installation of any extra software. Just upload your MIDI track to Zamzar’s site, click to convert it into an audio format like MP3 or WAV, and then download the converted file. If you have music-editing software like Audacity, or a media player like VLC, you may also be able to use this to convert a MIDI file. With VLC, you can use the ‘Convert/Stream’ feature to change the format of your MIDI file.
There are various reasons you might convert MIDI to audio. One is so that the audio can be played by a wider range of media players, as MIDI isn’t supported by all audio players. Another reason is to provide sound consistency when sharing the file, as how MIDI files sound depends on the program used to play them. Converting to a different audio format like WAV before sharing the file ensures that the other person will hear the audio you intend them to.
You can convert MIDI files with some music-editing applications like Apple GarageBand or Audacity. However, it’s also simple to use a file conversion tool like Zamzar. Just upload one or more MIDI files to the free tool on Zamzar’s website, click to convert them into another audio format like WAV or MP3, and then download the files when they’re ready.
There are several ways to convert MIDI files, including with online tools like Zamzar. It’s also possible to save or export MIDI files to other formats with an audio-editing software like Apple GarageBand or Audacity. Another option is to use VLC media player’s ‘Convert/Stream’ feature.
Advantages of using Zamzar or another online tool include being able to convert multiple files at once without needing to install extra software or open individual files. Just upload your MIDI files to Zamzar’s site, select which format you want to convert them to (e.g. WAV or MP3), and then download the new files. Zamzar is also free for most users.