Reliable Midi player

I’ve got several thousand midi files I’m looking to transcribe into sheet music but in order to do that I need to separate the wheat from the chaff. I’m thinking Roland Sound Canvas is the way to go but of course I need something with files support.

Note I can play midi files in any variety of apps like AudioShare and Cubasis etc., but what I want is something like a media player designed for the task of playing lists of songs bonus if there’s directory support to rename delete and sort etc. I am pretty certain it doesn’t exist on IOS yet.

Any advice?

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  • edited January 9

    Sweet MIDI Player from Roni Music

    http://itunes.apple.com/dk/app/sweet-midi-player/id477678002?l=da&mt=8

    I'm using the free version. It supports files.app and you can organize your midi files in folders.

    You can edit filename, move and delete the files.

    In the app, it is easy to export a file to another app

    It has a build in mixer.

  • @White said:
    Sweet MIDI Player from Roni Music

    http://itunes.apple.com/dk/app/sweet-midi-player/id477678002?l=da&mt=8

    I'm using the free version. It supports files.app and you can organize your midi files in folders.

    You can edit filename, move and delete the files.

    In the app, it is easy to export a file to another app

    It has a build in mixer.

    Nice find. That looks quite nice (well, the feature list does anyway). For transcription purposes, seems great that it supports solo/mute, transpose and tempo adjustments.

    Bonus: "Built in MIDI sound library with support for DLS/SF2 files." And it looks like that's actually BS-16i under the hood: "Software synthesizer engine licensed from bismark.jp "

  • +1 for Sweet MIDI Player, I sprung for the unlock, no regrets.

  • edited January 9

    MidiOnStage is a free app that might do what you need

    MidiOnStage by Erwin Wolf

  • @yowza said:
    MidiOnStage is a free app that might do what you need

    https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/midionstage/id962042556?mt=8

  • Sweet suggestions B)

  • edited January 9

    I’m liking MidiOnStage for the playlists. Bonus that it’s free too! But I’m not sure about file importing...

  • @LucidMusicInc said:
    I’m liking MidiOnStage for the playlists. Bonus that it’s free too! But I’m not sure about file importing...

    I use “Open in” .

  • @yowza said:
    MidiOnStage is a free app that might do what you need

    MidiOnStage by Erwin Wolf

    Bitchin’!
    Thanks for the recommendation and link.
    Looks pretty useful.

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