This is the command midid that can be run in the OnWorks free hosting provider using one of our multiple free online workstations such as Ubuntu Online, Fedora Online, Windows online emulator or MAC OS online emulator
midid - Raw Midi interpreter
midid [OPTIONS] [input_file]
This manual page documents briefly the midid command.
midid reads STDIN or input_file and interprets it as raw MIDI data according to the
General Midi standard.
The General Midi data is sent to a sound device (default), a .MID file, or to timidity(1)
if you specify it.
midid includes a standalone mode for timidity(1): midid will then attempt to start and
configure timidity(1) itself for you.
Turns output off after seconds of inactivity. (default: 0 - no timeout)
Stays resident ; doesn't stop at the end of file. It works only if input_file isn't
Selects GM mode (default).
Selects MT32 mode.
Comma-separated list of devices to use for output.
-h Displays a help message.
Options for .MID file output device
Sets the .MID output filename. Default: midid.mid.
Sets the tempo (beats/minute). Default: 120.
Sets the number of ticks/quarter note. Default: 144.
Options for timidity(1) client
Sets the timidity(1) server host name. Default: localhost.
Sets the timidity(1) server control port. Default: 0. Specifying 0 enables the
standalone mode: midid will attempt to start and configure timidity(1) itself.
Options for using standalone mode with timidity(1)
Sets the timidity binary path.
Specifies some extra arguments to pass to timidity(1) . Default:
-EFreverb=0 -EFchorus=0 -EFresamp=1 -EFvlpf=0 -EFns=0.
Tells timidity(1) to produce mono sound instead of stereo.
Tells timidity(1) to produce the low-q 8bit sound instead of the 16bit.
Tells timidity(1) to produce the unsigned samples instead of the signed ones.
Sets the sampling rate for timidity(1).
Enables the capturing mode: the data produced by timidity(1) gets captured by midid
and forwarded to stdout. You won't hear any sound in that mode.
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