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SCI Programming => SCI Development Tools => Topic started by: MusicallyInspired on September 06, 2020, 09:26:57 AM

Title: MIDI Editor (Possibly a better tool than Anvil Studio?)
Post by: MusicallyInspired on September 06, 2020, 09:26:57 AM
Stumbled upon this tool yesterday. I've never liked Anvil Studio and I was happy to discover another free alternative called MIDI Editor. https://midieditor.org/

It also shows some helpful information about the MIDI file and its channels/tracks/etc. I haven't tried really using it yet but the interface and display sold me.
Title: Re: MIDI Editor (Possibly a better tool than Anvil Studio?)
Post by: Doan Sephim on September 06, 2020, 10:56:30 AM
Cool! As I still use Anvil, I'll happily check this out.
Title: Re: MIDI Editor (Possibly a better tool than Anvil Studio?)
Post by: Collector on September 06, 2020, 11:44:30 AM
What I like is my old Voyetra Orchestrator Pro, which is unfortunately 16-bit. During the Win7 era I was still able to use it via XP Mode. Haven't done anything on 10, so I haven't missed it. I'll agree with you about Anvil. Just wish that Voyetra would get ported to at least Win32.
Title: Re: MIDI Editor (Possibly a better tool than Anvil Studio?)
Post by: Wohlstand on November 18, 2020, 06:22:24 AM
What about Sekaiju MIDI editor? https://openmidiproject.osdn.jp/index_en.html
I use it for a long time. Before it, I used the old Cakewalk Sonar 1.3. Sekaiju can more features and has better support for various MIDI files, and also, it can repair some invalid MIDI files. The main difference that Sekaiju is FOSS unlike the Cakewalk Sonar I used before.
Title: Re: MIDI Editor (Possibly a better tool than Anvil Studio?)
Post by: MusicallyInspired on November 18, 2020, 08:35:43 AM
Ooh that does look like a good one. Some nice companion programs too there.