This article is about the kind of TMIDI by Tom Grandgent. For the kind of TMIDI By Fummy, see TMIDI Player
Tom's MIDI Player , "TMIDI," is a MIDI player developed by Tom Grandgent. It uses the least amount of RAM out of all MIDI players and can handle lag very well (but it is not the best in contrast to some other programs like vanBasco). Unlike almost every other Windows-based MIDI player out there, TMIDI is written entirely from scratch instead of relying on the MIDI player built into Windows. Because of this, TMIDI offers enhanced display and control over the music playback. It can also play files that most other MIDI players struggle in.
Pros and Cons
- Can open very large amounts of notes ~(400-500 million)
- Loads MIDI files a lot quicker than other MIDI software
- Refuses to read more than 512 MIDITracks in a file
- Note numbers can be pushed off of screen (can be fixed with a resource hack to the font).