Midi Animation Starter Kit for iOS

A starter kit and PDF tutorial that demonstrates and explains how to load, parse and play multi-instrument MIDI files in iOS, and how to create a real-time animation based on the MIDI notes. View Pricing
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  • Perpetual license

  • 1 application

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Installation Instructions

When you've downloaded the sample project unzip the directory to the desired location.

  • The directory contains the Xcode sample project and a PDF document containing a detailed explanation of the code.
  • In order for the MIDI file to be played it's necessary to download a SoundFont file. The SoundFont provides the instrument sounds for the MIDI file. Due to it's size, the SoundFont file is not included with the sample project.
  • The SoundFont can be downloaded here. Once downloaded, place the SoundFont file in the "Resources" directory of the Xcode project and you're ready to go!