Version 0.A4e - English application, can save the MIDI to WAV.
Version 0.A5 - Japanese version, which has the option to edit and save to WAV any modifications made when play the MIDI.
This program (version 0.A4e) has the ability to change the MIDI instruments when you play a MIDI file, resulting in a very good approach to listen to this kind of music, and you can save the current MIDI file to WAV. Version 0.A5 saves in WAV our modifications to the instruments, height, volume, etc., resulting in a great tool for anyone who likes good music in MIDI.
After install the software with wine 1.1.10, I have updated the version to 1.2-RC3 and the application runs pretty well, including audible sound when play a MIDI file.
What does not
In version of wine 1.2-RC3 the installation of program fail, but in wine version 1.1.10 the application installs very well.
In wine 1.1.10 after application was installed, it is run, but without any sound. If a midi file is converted to WAV, during this conversion, is possible listen the music.
What was not tested
The program has the "installation of the driver that allows the software to become an alternative midi system in 32-bit Windows.
The program has better performance when run in the wine desktop mode, because all the panels of program can resides in a single window.
|Operating system||Test date||Wine version||Installs?||Runs?||Used|
|Current||Ubuntu 9.10 "Karmic" amd64 (+ variants like Kubuntu)||Jun 15 2010||1.2-rc3||No, but has workaround||Yes||Bronze||an anonymous user|