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Conversion of xml file format to mid file format beta

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Convert XML document to MIDI audio.

We have found one software suitable in our database for this conversion.

It seems that xml to mid conversion is typically related to situations when you need to convert music scores saved in an XML file (MusicXML) to generate a MIDI instrumental music file. This should be doable in certain music composition programs as support for MusicXML is not that uncommon.

Updated: May 9, 2018

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Harmony Assistant

A music composition and editing program

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Additional links: xml file extension details, mid file extension details


An xml file extension is commonly used for files written in Extensible Markup Language. An xml file is used in various areas of computer industry and many program languages are just derivatives of XML. These xml files can be opened and edited in any text editor or IDE.


Files with mid file extension can be found as common MIDI files. Also uses MIDI extension. It is one of the most basic sound files, used a lot in the past.


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