Restore Lost, Missing, Deleted, Erased, Formatted MIDI Audio Files From Various Media Storage Devices!!!
Summary – Lost your important MIDI audio files? Accidentally or intentionally deleted your .midi audio files? Do not panic! The good news is that you can efficiently recover deleted midi audio files format with the help of professional Audio File Recovery Software.
With the help of powerful Audio File Recovery Tool, you can:
- Easily retrieve deleted, lost, formatted or erased MIDI audio files from any media storage devices
- Apart from MIDI audio files, also rescue other audio files like WAV, AMR, MP3, RPS, WMA, M4A, M4P, AU, OGG, WMA, RM, AIFF, Real Audio (RA), FLAC, etc.
- Also has capability to restore various file format of photos and videos
- Support recovery of audio files from several media storage devices such as memory cards, smartphones & tablets, hard drive, external hard drive, memory sticks, pen drive, USB drives, digital cameras & camcorders, etc
- Compatible on both Windows and Mac as it comes separately for both OS
- Read-only program, 100% risk-free & easy to use
What is MIDI File Format?
MIDI stands for Musical Instrument Digital Interface and is basically a communications protocol electronic musical instruments and computer. It is itself does not make sound, it is just a series of messages like “note on,” “note off”. This common language helps electronic device of this type to communicate in order for musicians to make digital music. However, the created MIDI files are not actually the same kind of digital audio formats like mp3, wma, amr, etc to listen to music. It can still be thought of as digital music.
Common MIDI File Formats
When you download MIDI files from net, they can be in various formats. The most common are:
- Standard MIDI (.mid / .smf)
- XMF (Extensible Music File) (Windows Media Audio)
- Karaoke MIDI (.kar)
Since, MIDI Files do not store any ‘real world’ recordings like voice, live performances, etc, and hence it can’t be used in the same way. But, MIDI files are very small and it can be played on a various devices that support the MIDI protocol.
Know how MIDI Files deletion takes place
There are various causes through which you can lose or delete your MIDI audio files. Some of the reasons for the deletion of midi files are mentioned below:
- During marking the unwanted files for deletion, users may sometimes mistakenly mark important midi files which should not be deleted and press Delete command; hence you encounter with midi file deletion.
- During transfer of midi audio files, improper ejection of card can also result in loss of midi files
- While scanning the files with an antivirus program and if there is any corrupt MIDI file then it may also get lost from digital media storage devices.
- Even pressing the “Delete All” option can also delete your data, including MIDI files permanently from media devices
But you do not need to worry about it. No matter whatever may be the reasons behind the lost midi files you can very easily get back midi audios from any digital media storage devices with the use of audio file recovery software.
What happens after deletion of MIDI files from Storage devices?
In almost all data loss situation, the deleted content remains on the storage medium but it is not seen as it turns inaccessible to operating system.
The same thing happens with MIDI audio files.
But the most crucial step in the event of a data loss is to stop using the affected computing device or storage drive as soon as possible.
Well to make the inaccessible data to accessible, it needs to be recovered with the use of professional data recovery software. The recovery software is designed in such a way that it completely scans for the deleted contents from digital data and also modifies the missing files in a way which can easily visible to device operating system.
Best solutions to Recover Deleted/Lost MIDI Audio Files
There are few recovery solutions available for lost midi files. Below find out those solutions:
Solution 1: Get lost MIDI Audio Files from Backup
If you have proper and valid backup of your MIDI audio files, then you can use that backup files to restore lost MIDI files.
Solution 2: Restore deleted/lost MIDI Files from Recycle Bin
If you have deleted the MIDI files on your Windows or Mac system and if you have not cleared the recycle and Mac trash bin, then you still have the chance to restore deleted .midi audio files.
Check recycle bin on Windows and trash bin on Mac.
Solution 3: Recover deleted/lost MIDI Files using MIDI File Recovery software
If both solutions mentioned above do not come in help, then you can use the world popular Audio file recovery (Windows/Mac) which is suitable MIDI audio File Recovery software. It will allow you to restore lost, corrupted, deleted .midi files from media storage devices such as memory cards, system hard drive, portable hard disk, USB flash drive, pen drive, audio player, etc.
This recovery software for MIDI audio files allows users to scan media storage device and preview recoverable files within software. Hence, you can preview midi files before recovering it on your system.
The software also restore other audio files formats such as MP3, WAV, AMR, etc as well as other various file formats of videos and photo from various data storage devices.
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Steps to Recover Deleted/Lost MIDI Audio Files
Step 1 – Install “Audio Recovery’ tool and launch it. Click on “Recover Photo, Audio & Video” tab to recover images, songs and videos files from any SD card, external USB drive or computer hard drive. Connect the media to your computer and then perform the process.
Step 2 – Select the drive from which you want to recover files. The external media will be shown in the list, if not then click on “Refresh Drive” button. Now select the desired drive to scan and then click on “Scan Now”. If you want to customize the recovery on the basis of file types then click on “Advance Scan”.
Step 3 – In the Advanced Scan you will have the option to scan as per to the file list, such as Photo, Video and audio or you can also select the data range from the storage device. This option reduces the scanning process time.
Step 4 – Once you click on “Scan Now” button the software will show that scanning is in process. The recovered files listed in a tree structure on the left side of the window panel.
Step 5 – After scanning, you can select the files to preview them and then you can click on “Recover” button to finally save them on your computer.
Step 6 – Select the desired location on your computer to save the recovered files. The screenshot shows that the recovered files are being saved.
So from this post you have learned two ways to recover lost or deleted MIDI audio files. The first solution was recovering midi audio files from backup and if in case you do not have any backup, then you must use Audio file recovery software.
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