Convert OPUS to MIDI Online

This free audio converter will help you quickly convert OPUS files to MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) format.

How to convert OPUS to MIDI online

  • 1First, select .opus files to convert and upload them from your computer or via the link.
  • 2Then click the "Convert" button and wait for the conversion to complete.
  • 3Now you can download your .mid files individually or in a single archive.
Convert OPUS to MIDI Online

OPUS
OPUS (Opus Audio Codec)

OPUS is an audio codec and file format of the same name designed for storing audio. OPUS provides lossy compression and was intended for streaming audio in online broadcasts. Files in the OPUS format support bitrates from 6 to 510 kbps and provide low latency during encoding, which is why it is widely used in video conferences, voice communication (VOIP), video chats, etc. OPUS also allows you to work with regular music files.
File type: Audio
File extension: .opus
Developed by: Internet Engineering Task Force & Xiph.Org Foundation
Initial release: September 11, 2012

MIDI
MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface)

MIDI interfaces are a very useful tool for musicians to combine a wide variety of electronic instruments into one file. Essentially, MIDI is a standardized data transfer protocol for communicating various musical instruments, computers, controllers, and other devices. The interface itself appeared back in the 70s, but it still remains one of the main interfaces for working with musical instruments or creating music. With the help of MIDI, information is encoded about actions that are performed on a musical device - pressing keys, buttons, etc. There is a standard MIDI file - SMF, which is read by all MIDI devices. A separate midi track is a kind of musical score, but at the same time, it contains all the nuances of individual performance. MIDI melodies can be created using special programs similar to sheet music editors.
File type: Audio
File extension: .mid
Developed by: Dave Smith / Chet Wood
Initial release: October 1, 1981

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