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Karaoke sencillo, o cómo obtener el máximo provecho de su sintetizador MIDI

KMid forma parte de Extragear, la publicación de versiones no se sincroniza necesariamente con KDE SC. La última versión estable es la 2.4.0, publicada el 15 de agosto de 2010.

¿Entonces, cual es el estado actual?

Implementación actual

Aquí están algunas de las principales funcionalidades implementadas en KMid2:

  • Soporta archivos MIDI y Karaoke.
  • Reproducción en dispositivos MIDI externos.
  • Permite usar sintetizadores software, como Timidity++ y QSynth/FluidSynth.
  • Controles de tempo y volumen.
  • Añadido control de tono (transporte).
  • Vista de ritmo (metrónomo visual).
  • Codificación de texto, tipografía y color de letra configurables.
  • Listas de reproducción (colecciones de canciones).
  • Mapeador MIDI, traducción de eventos MIDI genéricos en otros eventos entendidos por algunos sintetizadores.
  • Ventana de canales, con controles solo/silencio y selectores de instrumento.
  • Ventana de pianola, usando tecnología y gráficos de VMPK.
  • Integración con Konqueror.
  • Funciona en Linux, Windows y Mac OSX.

What is not yet ready?

  • Multiple MIDI output ports. Currently plays to a single output port.


2010-08-15 Release 2.4.0

  • New kmid_part. This component can be integrated easily in any KDE program, for instance Konqueror can play MIDI files with it.
  • New DBus interfaces
  • libkmidbackend has some new methods, version bumped to 1.0.0
  • New and updated translations
  • Assigned default shortcuts to keyboard media keys
  • Fix in vumeter widget: drawing errors and CPU usage
  • Fixes in all backends for initial MIDI program changes
  • Fix in ALSA sequencer backend: bug 242912 (requires Drumstick >= 0.4)    

2010-06-12 Release 2.3.1

  • Fixes in ALSA sequencer backend: bugs 240391 and 240394
  • New and updated translations since the last release

2010-04-26 Release 2.3.0

  • New Mac OSX and Windows backends
  • Fixes in ALSA sequencer backend:
    • don't set an explicit output pool size, using the default size instead.
    • unconditionally reload MIDI devices before checking the available outputs.

2010-03-14 Release 2.2.2

  • Fixed program termination, stopping active notes.
  • Fixed a crash when shuffling an empty playlist.
  • Fixed creation of examples and system songs bookmarks at runtime, for file open dialog places. Bookmarks are created only when files are found.
  • Fixed saving the initial MIDI connection dialog selection.
  • Replaced the initial MIDI connection dialog by a new one enabling online help access, and better design.
  • The last directory used in several open/save dialogs is now saved between sessions.
  • Drumstick libraries v0.3 are needed.

2010-02-08 Release 0.2.1

  • Automatic detection of text encodings for lyrics
  • Get channel labels from SMF metadata (track names)
  • Pianola window: added labels showing the channel names
  • Check the runtime ALSA driver version for advanced MIDI ports
  • Patch from Kevin Kofler adding a "pulseaudio" option for TiMidity++
  • Fixed a memory leak
  • Fixed command line play lists handling
  • Fixed settings dialog: soft-synth audio output combos and apply button

2010-01-27 Release 0.2

  • External soft-synths can be automatically launched at startup. A new page including FluidSynth and TiMidity++ settings has been added to the "Configure kmid2" dialog.
  • Each channel may be labeled in a text field besides each channel number.
  • New "lock instrument" button in the channels window to override the song's predefined instruments.
  • Settings per song can be saved and automatically retrieved, including text encoding, volume, pitch, rhythm, channel labels and fixed instruments.
  • The sample songs location is added to the places navigation panel in the open dialog.
  • Several other usability enhancements. Many thanks to the KDE Usability Team for the suggestions.

2009-12-30 Release 0.1.1

  • Recent files menu
  • Highlight trimmed syllables, ignoring leading and trailing white spaces
  • Allow stop in paused state
  • Synchronized with lib. aseqmm 0.2.0
  • Assorted fixes

2009-11-30 Release 0.1.0


See KMid in action in this Screencast

Notes for usage

  • If you use Timidity++ as a software synthesizer, you may have to install GUS patches or sound fonts. You can find them at freepats
  • Fluidsynth is an alternative. It has a helpful gui called QSynth. For soundfonts, try General User GS.
  • For more information and options, there is a tutorial available.


  • Source packages
  • openSUSE Build Service - Search packages
  • Gentoo ebuild
  • Arch Linux
  • Mandriva and Fedora users: available at the official repositories of your Linux distribution.


This status report has been updated on 15th August 2010

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