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CANATO releases MidiYodi 3.0 - MIDI file editor and examiner


CANATO has announced the release of version 3.0 of MidiYodi, adding the following features to its already comprehensive MIDI editing and examination capabilities:

  • Jukebox (playlist) introduced to manage sets of MIDI files to be played in sequence or loop.
  • Feature to save selected tracks in separate MIDI files.
  • Option to convert from filetype 1 to 0 or vice versa.
  • Karaoke lyrics and Text meta information lanes added to the Main window.
  • Meta information lanes added to the Score/Keyboard Examiners.
  • Shown meta information lanes customizable in the Preferences window.
  • Controller names prefixed with their corresponding controller number.
  • Auto explore option added to MIDI File Explorer.
  • Drag-n-drop added to Main window and Jukebox.
  • Keyboard shortcuts added to all windows.
  • Tempo change dialog moved to menubar.
  • Transposition GUI changed in menubar.
  • Measure width adjustment control added to Main window.
  • Size and position of Main window, MIDI File Explorer and Jukebox windows are saved.
  • Online documentation.

MIDIYodi is available on all major platforms. It is developed in Java which requires the Java Runtime Environment (JRE) to be installed on your computer.

Price: $12.95.



Discussion: Active
9 September 2014 at 3:25pm


Can't try this one out because it keeps asking for Java Runtime. The problem is, I already have the latest version of Java 8 Update 20 installed on my Windows 7 x64 OS. What gives? Thanks for any reply.

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