YAMAHA MidRadio Player
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What is YAMAHA MidRadio Player?
MidRadio Player YAMAHA is a software that functions primarily for stream playback and it supports MIDI and audio files. This application is designed and released by YAMAHA.
MidRadio Player YAMAHA is also capable of playing SMAF files using a built-synthesizer. This synthesizer is also compatible with MIDI files.. It can also be used for audio compression of files in MP3 and SoundVQ formats. It has a control function for wealth playback with which users can directly select any type of music to play, pause, and modify. Changes can be made in the pitch or in the tempo. Song arrangements can likewise be executed using the software and it has the capability to manage the song list, prompt on-demand audio delivery, select next song, or play songs in loops.
MidRadio Player YAMAHA is also integrated with a bookmark function. Another functionality of the software is that it is capable of showing the any song on screen with its ‘karaoke’ features. This is possible with files of extended format SMF. The software runs well on different Windows operating systems namely 98, Me, 2000, XP, Vista, 7, and Windows server 8.
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File types supported by YAMAHA MidRadio Player
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Last updated: : August 1, 2013