Timidity AE is the first ever port of TiMidity++ to Android. Features include: High quality MIDI file playback far superior to Android's built in SynthSupport for multiple user-set SoundFonts or patch setsMulti-track mixer with support for per-track instrument and volume adjustment. Tempo, pitch, voice, and resampling controlsCreate, save, and load custom instrument and volume configurationsAdditional support for Amiga MOD files as well as the formats Android natively supports (mp3, ogg, flac, etc) Export MIDI or MOD files to wavCompressed. sfArk and. sfArk. exe SoundFont extractionNotification with playback buttons (Honeycomb or later) Folder and playlist based music organizationDark and light themesPermission Explanation: READ_PHONE_STATE: To automatically pause music during a phone callTimidity AE does not make calls or access any other phone informationWAKE_LOCK: To prevent Android from killing Timidity AE when the device's screen is offINTERNET: To cache MIDI files opened from a web browser. Only available for MIDI and MOD filesLibraries used: TiMidity++ (GPL) sfArkLib (GPL) Credits: Paul of paulscode.com for guiding me in the initial creation of this appMattyGlen of paulscode.com who made the iconTiMidity++ and sfArkLib are licensed under the GPLv2. The source is available at https://github.com/xperia64/timidity-ae.
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