MidiYodi started out as a MIDI file examiner but soon introduced detailed MIDI event editing, recently adding note editing. Now, in release 3.3, Canato has made it a MIDI editing machine by implementing the final editing features to add, remove, copy and move individual tracks.
With MIDIYodi 3.3 its editing capabilities sum ups to:
- MIDI file can be converted from type 0 to type 1 and vice versa.
- Notes can be added, removed, copied, moved and have velocity and pitch changed.
- Tracks can be added, removed, copied and moved.
- Sections of a song can be removed.
- All or selected tracks can be saved in separate MIDI files.
- Tracks can have their name, instrument and volume changed.
- Any MIDI event (meta, voice or system) can be added or updated.
- Song can be transposed in half-tones up or down and individual tracks can be transposed in 8va's.
- Song tempos can be altered.
- Voice events can be moved from one channel to another.
- Pulse per quarter note (PPQN) can be changed.
... and that's just the editing parts. Find out more what MIDIYodi can do in terms of visualization, examination and playback of MIDI files at its site.