A reliable and efficient application that works as a MIDI file examiner, player and editor that can modify the file’s duration and tempo.
- Version :2017.2
- License :Demo
- OS :Windows All
- Publisher :canato
MidiYodi is a small-sized and portable software application written in Java, which you can use to view, edit and play MIDI audio tracks.
No setup necessary, besides Java
As long as you have Java installed on your PC, you don’t need to set up anything else. This means that you can save the program files anywhere on the disk and just click the executable to launch MidiYodi. There’s also the option to save it to a removable storage unit, in order to directly run it on any computer with minimum effort. Plus, it doesn’t modify Windows registry settings.
Clear-cut interface and options
The user-friendly interface is represented with a neatly organized structure, where you can open MIDI files and separate the channels on different tracks, or keep them in a single track.
Open, analyze and play MIDI
It’s possible to open multiple MIDI tracks, explore their files in a built-in navigator, as well as to analyze the marker, time and key signatures, tempo, and lyrics.
The tool lets you undo and redo your actions, add new events, change channels, remove selected sections or tracks, examine the keyboard and score, start, control and stop playback, or use a jukebox to open playlists.
Configure app settings
As far as program preferences are concerned, you can switch to another UI language and theme, modify the default examiner, select the Midi output, enter a startup file name, as well as customize the meta message lanes shown when it comes to the main window, keyboard and score examiners.
Evaluation and conclusion
No error dialogs popped up in our tests, and the software application didn’t hang or crash. It had minimal impact on computer performance, running on low CPU and RAM.
To wrap it up, MidiYodi comes loaded with rich and advanced options and configuration parameters to help you play, analyze and edit MIDI tracks, and it’s mostly geared toward experienced users.