Farm - This popular archive contains over 12,000 free MIDI and
Karaoke files. There's a local search engine to help you find what you
need. All files are "believed to be in the public domain." (i.e. free).
Categories include anime, big band, bluegrass, Christian, holiday, classical,
contemporary, country, dance, Disney, drum patterns, film, funk, game,
Irish, Jazz, pop, ragtime, show tunes, TV, video games and more. There's
also a comprehensive selection of MIDI utilities for both Macs and PCs.
Explorer Search Engine - Are you trying to locate a particular
MIDI file quickly? This speedy search engine is the place to go. MIDI Explorer
indexes over one million MIDIs on 90,000 pages by file and link name. This
dictionary-style search engine will show you all of the different versions
of a MIDI and can quickly locate rare songs.
- No matter what type of music you dig, you'll likely find something worthwhile
at this quality, eclectic free MIDI archive. Their constantly-updated listings
are broken down conveniently by category. Genres include Broadway &
show tunes, cartoons, classic rock, classical, country, music from games,
jazz & big band, ragtime, TV & movie themes, New Age and techno.
MIDI - A well-organized site, Planet MIDI contains hundreds of
sound files in categories ranging from rock to classical to TV & film
themes. There's also a new section that focuses on video game MIDIs (which
is one of the largest sections of its type on the Web). Planet MIDI offers
lots of information here on using, and getting the most out of, MIDI files,
as well as a helpful discussion forum. The site is fast-loading and pop-up-ad
- Searching for a particular MIDI file on the Web? Or, for that matter,
any type of multimedia file? Then check out this search engine. Our query
for the word "Beatles," returned almost 800 matches, most of which were
MIDI files. Be sure to read Scour.Net's disclaimer.
Music Room - If you enjoy rock and pop, this is a must-visit site.
There's over 920 MIDI tunes available here, representing many genres of
rock 'n' roll from the 1970s through today. Selections include classic
tunes by such stalwarts as the Stones, Dylan, Pink Floyd, Fleetwood Mac
and Neil Young. There's also a nice "Alternative" section, which includes
artists like Alanis Morissette, Radiohead and Sarah McLachlan.
New MIDI Page - This site offers a small, but growing collection
of free MIDI files, based on pop tunes that are in the Top 40 charts. Artists
here include the Cranberries, Sugar Ray, Sixpence None the Richer, Cher,
the Spice Girls, TLC, Fatboy Slim and more. Tell Cezar we sent you!
Midi-Place - A nicely-designed free MIDI resource from Denmark,
this site offers many sound files, arranged alphabetically by artist. There
are movie and TV themes, jazz and Danish-related files. Lots of top popular
music artists are here, as well. Tell Leif we sent you.
Online - This relatively small but growing German archive features
not only free MIDIs, but also guitar chords, so you may learn to play the
tunes yourself, while you listen to them. All documents are in ZIP form
for faster downloads. A nice idea.
- This Malaysian site offers lots of "hand-picked" MIDI files here in uncompressed
form, so you can just click them to hear them. However, you'll need a Java-enhanced
browser (read: a non-ancient browser) to access this site. Categories include
music in the following categories: Asian, Hymns, Jazz, Themes and more.
TV & Movie MIDI
Another MIDI Page
n Sound Factory
List of MIDI files
On the Net
Great MIDI Page
MIDI from the 80's
Buttry's Religious MIDI Page
P's Name That Tune
Horvath's Queensryche, RATT
New Age MIDI
and MIDI pages
Internet Piano Page