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MidiFromAIF [32|64bit]

midifromaif [options] source-file.aif


-h | –help Display this help and exit.


midifromaif filename.aif


Input and output files must have the.aif extension (any AIFF file type).
The default extension of AIF files is.AIF (any AIFF file type).
The default behavior is to interpret them as ADPCM files.
The conversion does not always succeed, especially for poorly encoded files.
Therefore, the AIF file may or may not contain the MIDI data.
The source file may contain other stuff in addition to the MIDI data.
You have to re-encode the entire source file with the same encoding
as the original AIF files.


1. Create the new AIF file (you can create it using the AIFF-File Format editor of the preferences):

a) For the bit rate, choose 8 kHz (otherwise, the resulting AIF file is LAME encoded).

b) Choose the best conversion loss – from below to above 20 dB is an acceptable level.

c) Define the MIDI parameters in the MIDI Manager.

2. Start the application:

a) Select the.aif file (or drag and drop the source file to the application executable).

b) Drag and drop the.mid file into the output window (you can also rename the output file before dropping the.mid file).

3. Have fun!

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If I write a program like
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and then write to it
fgets(buffer, sizeof buffer, stdin);

fprintf(stdout, “%s”, buffer);

And that’s it.


MidiFromAIF [March-2022]

– The program will extract MIDI chunks of the current file;
– The output will be written into the clipboard;
– The program will also create a sub-folder where all the extracted MIDI files will be saved.

Recent changes:

Version 1.02 (2009-12-13)

– TONMO development has started again. I changed the API, and added a new feature, it is now possible to extract the MIDI chunks from MP3, WAV, AAC, AC3, M4A, WMA, OGG, FLAC and MP2 audio files. The WAV, AAC, M4A, MP2 and WMA files are tested.
– Now I have a new library to extract the MIDI chunks, it is called Midi::Chunks::C#. This new library will replace my old Midi::Chunks::C::INC library. The C# version has many new features.
– I have made improvements to the keymapping of the Midi::Chunks::C# library.
– The error messages have been changed. Now the error messages will not include a stacktrace for non C# errors.
– I have changed the Midi::Chunks::C# namespace from Midi.Chunks.C to Midi::Chunks::C#.
– The MidiFromAIF has been renamed to Midi::FromAIF.
– The MIDIFile type has been changed to a generic type called MidiFile.
– Many functions have been renamed.
– The class MidiFile has been moved to MidiFile.cpp.
– The class MidiFile::Chunk has been moved to MidiFile.cpp.
– The class MidiFile::Meta has been moved to MidiFile.cpp.
– The class MidiFile::Ticks has been moved to MidiFile.cpp.
– The class MidiFile::Name has been moved to MidiFile.cpp.
– The class MidiFile::Ticks has been renamed to MidiFile::Ticks::Pulse.
– The class MidiFile::Name has been renamed to MidiFile::Name::Chunk.
– The class MidiFile::Name has been moved to MidiFile.cpp.
– The structure MidiFile::Chunk has been moved to MidiFile.cpp.
– The function MidiFile::Meta has

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I’ve started developing MidiFromAIF, originally for the purpose of extracting midi from ogg vorbis/flac files.
Since the application is open source, I want to share with the community, for the benefit of other users.

Basically, MidiFromAIF performs some magic with AIF files.

First of all, it converts the input into.wav files with the same name and the same header.

At the end, the user has three files, from which he can extract the midi data:
– ogg-midi, for midi music from ogg vorbis files
– flac-midi, for midi music from flac files
– aif-midi, for midi music from AIF files

On first use, you only have to associate the output.wav files (which are created during the conversion) to the file extensions.

The parameters available at the command line are listed at the end of this description.

@about MidiFromAIF

This is a free open source C++ program, written in Visual Studio 2010.
It requires the Visual Studio 2010 compiler and Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library.

It is a single thread application.

You can create your own makefile with a preprocessor definition like this:

INCLUDEPATH = /fullpath/to/MidiFromAIF


SRC_FILES = $SRC_DIR/main.cpp $SRC_DIR/aif.cpp

OBJ_FILES = ogg-midi.wav flac-midi.wav aif-midi.wav

all: $(OBJ_FILES)

@rm -rf $(OBJ_FILES)
@rm -rf $(OBJ_FILES)
@rm -rf $(OBJ_FIL

What’s New In MidiFromAIF?

AIF files are a new audio format developed by Sony in order to replace the MP3 file format. The AIF format is a bit more complex than MP3, but AIF is highly compatible with the older MP3 format, so old MP3 players and computer can read AIF files.
The AIF format is not compressed. It supports many sample rates, but only the most used ones: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz and 96 kHz.
Since the AIF format is very new, it is possible that some instruments that are available in the MP3 format, are not available for the AIF format.
The official program name for AIF files is “PCM-WAVE” or “Audio Interchange File”.

MidiFromAIF Features:

The application is simple and easy to use. It can save any instrument or sound you select to any format you want.
It is a very powerful and versatile tool. Even if you never used a MIDI editor before, you will be able to edit your files using MidiFromAIF.

MidiFromAIF Limitations:

As MidiFromAIF is based on the AIF format, it has the following limitations:

Only instruments and sounds that are available in the AIF format are supported. If you find a sound or instrument that is not available in the AIF format, please check the official Sound page on the Sony site and contact the Sony Support Team about the sound.

MidiFromAIF is not an easy way to convert files into other file formats. Only the most simple tasks are supported, for example: saving a WAV file from AIF, or converting AIF files into WAV files. It is not recommended that you use MidiFromAIF to convert your files.

MidiFromAIF Usage:

Download MidiFromAIF for free and use it as a MIDI editor. When you save a MIDI file you will be able to choose what file format you want to save it into.
In the application you can also:

– drag and drop the source files into the application window;- use the command line interface, for example by typing midifromaif file.mid > output.mid;
– switch to any other file format you want and save it to the same file.

Please note that MidiFromAIF is not a music application and it is not intended to replace a music program. It is an audio conversion tool. The source files in MidiFromAIF have been converted into one of the supported file formats to make them readable by a music program.

MidiFromAIF is not a MIDI sequencer, and has no MIDI editor and no MIDI player. For those tasks, please check

System Requirements For MidiFromAIF:

Requires at least one NVIDIA GeForce GTX 600 Series GPU and one AMD Radeon HD 6650 or higher; Radeon HD 5770 or higher recommended
Requires one AMD A10 or equivalent dual-core processor
Requires Windows 7 SP1 or later; Windows 8.1 or later
Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2400 or AMD Phenom™ II X4 940 or equivalent
Memory: 6GB RAM (AMD) or 4GB RAM (Intel)
Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 575/Radeon HD 5870