Try the GNMIDI demo (which uses many of these MIDI tools).
The tools can be ordered for noncommercial private use or for commercial use (companies only).
The end user license agreement must be accepted before the tools may be used.
noncommercial use: License for noncommercial use allows to use the software on up to 5 computers (which must be registered by requesting an access code online or by email to author).
commercial use: The user needs to explain the purpose of the product or project. Commercial use is limited to a given product or purpose and
using the same tool for another project requires a new license. Price differs if the project requires distribution of the tool with a commercial product
(requires distribution rights).
Ask the author if you have interest in licensing one or more tools for a given purpose.
In an order you can specify more tools. The order count should match the number of specified tools.
Ordering more tools at once reduces price per tool. Ordering more tools at once for reserved tools in future is possible.
End user license agreement:
batchexec batch conversion by walking through given folder and subfolders and starting a given commandline tool for each matching file (e.g. .kar, .mid) described in an .ini text file more...
mid2pars analyses a MIDI file and generates Parsons code as output for a given channel number (try this operation in GNMIDI demo) more...
midi2txt converts a MIDI file content to readable text (try this operation in GNMIDI demo). more...
txt2midi converts text generated by midi2txt back to a MIDI file (try this operation in GNMIDI demo). more...
midinote converts a MIDI file content to text and numbers that is easy to read and parse by scripts or programs. more...
note2mid converts text generated by midinote back to a MIDI file. more...
midi2csv converts a MIDI file content to comma separated table (try this operation in GNMIDI demo)more...
csv2midi converts text generated by csv2midi back to a MIDI file (try this operation in GNMIDI demo). more...
removechords converts chords of given format from a MIDI file (try this operation in GNMIDI demo). more...
midimove moves MIDI commands from a MIDI file by milliseconds into a direction. more...
midireplacetext replaces text in MIDI file. more...
midisummary batch tool to generate summaries about MIDI files (English and Deutsch). more...
others ask author if a certain tool can be provided as commandline tool
Documentation to the usage of these utilities could be sent on request before ordering.
|Batch solution:||Solutions for converting all .mid and .kar files inside a folder tree (batch conversion) can be done with tool batchexec for all these MIDI tools and for other commandline tools.|
Using Batchexec no knowledge about using DOS commandline is required.
Supported Windows systems:
The commandline programs are tested with Windows 7 and Windows 8 and Windows 10. The command line tools might work also with XP, Vista.