Using TiMidity++ to Render MIDI Files

Rendering MIDI to audio is actually pretty easy using TiMidity++. Here’s how I render using the chorium soundfont on my Ubuntu machine: Download a nice soundfont collection. I found chorium by openwrld on the Piston Software website. Install TiMidity++ if it’s not already installed. In ubuntu, just type “timidity” in a terminal window and you
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