How to convert MIDI to AAC with the best MIDI to AAC Converter, MIDI to .AAC Converter, MIDI2AAC Converter?
Online MIDI to AAC Converter, install it and run.
To start, double-click the MIDI to AAC Converter shortcut on the Desktop.
Or you can go to the Start menu and click MIDI to AAC Converter.
At the upper left, navigate to the location where you have the MIDI files that you want to convert. In this example, there is a MIDI folder in the Music library, and these are the files I want to convert.
Select the MIDI files and drag them to the middle window.
Now, you can enter specific output options for the midi files. Select a file name and then on the right hand side, specify the artist name, title, album, year, genre, soundfont and other options.
You can use the music player controls in the middle of the window if you want to hear each MIDI track. This can be handy if you have MIDI files without identifying names, and you want to know what tunes they actually are.
Next, in the Output area at the bottom of the window, you can set things like what the MIDI converter should do if the output file already exists, where to put the output, if you want to preserve the folder structure and whether to delete the source files.
In this example we are converting midi files to aac format, so select .aac (MPEG-1 Audio Layer 3) in the Output format dropdown.
Don’t forget to click the Settings button, where you will find more options for the mode, quality, sample rate, bit rate, filtering and highpass settings. After selecting all of the Output options, you are ready to start the conversion process.
MIDI2AAC Converter displays the progress of the MIDI to AAC conversion:
You can tell the program what to do when the MIDI conversion is finished. Select a value in the When done dropdown box. For example, you might want to have the computer go into hibernation when it’s done converting the files.
To go back to the main program, click Close on the progress window and then it takes you back to the Magic MIDI to AAC Converter.