With Kanto Audio Editor it’s very simple change instrument for a Midi File. We already explained how to use this program to remove an unwanted midi track. In this post we want to show how to change instruments in a midi file. Firstly download the free demo version of Kanto Audio Editor from the following link:Scarica Ora (9MB)
Once downloaded, install it on your PC (supports WIndows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista and XP).
How to Change Instruments for a Midi File
Step 1. Run Kanto Audio Editor
This is the main window you will see after installing the program:
Passo 2. Select the MIDI (or Kar file) to Edit
Click on BROWSE button to select from your PC the midi/kar file.
Passo 3. Change the unwanted instruments
After importing the midi file, select MIDI as “Output Type“. This will allow you to create a new midi file in the output.
To change the instruments for the midi click on MIDI TRACKS AND INSTRUMENTS. It will open this window:
Here you can change the instruments: in the “New Instrument” column you will be able to select the new instrument that will replace the unwanted one.
Once done click OK and then on “Play Preview” to listen the new midi file.
NB: If you want to totally remove a midi track, click on MIDI CHANNEL CONFIG and then uncheck the unwanted tracks.
Step 4. Save the new midi file
Click on SAVE AS NEW FILE to create a new midi file and save it on your PC.