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Midi Sheet Music

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Midi Sheet Music is a free program that plays MIDI music files while highlighting the piano notes and sheet music notes. Works on Windows, Mac OS X, and Ubuntu Linux.

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  • csaba63
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    The basic task of playing MIDI files and converting them to sheet music is done well, and there are a few additional features making it helpful for those who are working on their piano skills. It has a lot of settings to adjust the sheet music layout. The sample song collection gives a nice library for exercising. I also like the possibility to color the notes based on their pitch, though I still have to experiment if this really makes sense, like marking notes that do not belong to the key signature - it would be nice if saving to different color sets could be done. Printing is targeting the default printer (no printing dialog at all), but there's a separate menu item for printing to PDF, so this is certainly not a showstopper. The only real problem I encountered was an exception error trying to open "Help Contents..." (Version 2.6 on Win7/64-bit), but even so I consider this an excellent little project.

    Posted 08/12/2014
  • rin67630
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    Almost Perfect! This program (on Android) is almost prefect for my usage (rehearsal of choir music) while doing something else. It is sleek and pretty intuitive. You currently have got a patched version that enables volume settings by track. That one is exactly what I needed to traim myself while commuting. The settings are store in the midi file, so you get them back with every file exctly as you left them last time. The Windows version is a bit behind the expectations, I have found no way to get rid of the piano view that I don't need and had 2/3rd of the screen unused while only three measures were displayed. A score with 13 tracks was constantly scrolling so that one could barely read anything out of it. ut that are childhood flaws, that surely will vanish soon. Maybe in a while it will be able to replace my loved Midisoft Studio 16 bit application from 1996 that can only handle 8char names, but is still a reference in ease of use.

    Posted 07/01/2014
  • quadpixels
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    I like it so much that I created MidiSheetMusicMemo out of it!

    Posted 06/05/2014
  • chistabo
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    Nice program, but it does NOT show lyrics. I.e. I download .mid file with lyrics, and open it - this software does play music, but shows no lyrics, although 'Show lyrics' is ticked, I also tried 'unshow-ing' tracks, no avail. Best regards. Simon S love nia

    Posted 05/26/2014
  • ferenc_hechler
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    This is a great work. I use the program on Android devices for accompanying instrumental play. I have some features in mind which would be nice to have, but the base functionality is quite all I Need.

    Posted 04/14/2014
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User Interface

.NET/Mono, Cocoa (MacOS X)

Programming Language

C#, Objective C, Objective-C 2.0

Registered

2008-05-08
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