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A MIDI player. Kmidi works by converting MIDI files to digital audio and sending them to your soundcard's DSP. It works on every soundcard supported by Linux and typically gives better sound quality than using the soundcard's builtin sequencer functionality (if any), but can't send output to external MIDI devices. If you're looking for an application that plays MIDI files to external devices or your soundcard's builtin sequencer, try kmid instead.
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