Here, I have selected some MIDI files from my Latino Collection.
They may give, a little, a feeling of a section of the Latin American Music.
If problems are for save, see below on this page.
Latino MIDI Files Download
Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Samba, Lambada, Mambo, Cha-Cha-Cha, Rhumba, Bolero
|Click on a MIDI
title, then the MIDI comes to you.
Latin American music contains Spanish and also Arab sounds.
To the comparison:
Arabic MIDI Files Download
|Here are four
but THESE are HERE!
If I would mark my favorites,
|Ever one specially MIDI
is on some of my other pages. Listed on RW Home. Visit it!
For saving a MIDI file:
Right-click on your MIDI Player, then left-click on "save as".
Problems for save?, read:
Depending upon configuration, can be, "save as" is not always clickable.
Try: While your MIDI player, for the first time, !! begins !! to play the
MIDI, right-click on the player, then left-click on "save as".
Another way for save:
Right-click on a MIDI title, then left-click on "save target as".
About the designation MIDI, I think as follows:
The designations "MIDI" or "MIDI file" for a playable sound file and the
designation "MIDI player" are linguistically not quite correct. But they
are short and mostly used and the user know like them are used.
Therefore I use these designations presently, nevertheless.
MIDI means "Musical Instrument Digital Interface". MIDI is an interface!
An interface is not playable.
The designation "Text file" states: This file contains text.
The designation "Graphic file" states: This file contains graphic.
The designation "Program file" states: This file contains a program.
The designation "MIDI file" states: This file contains a MIDI.
A playable sound file, in a MIDI compatible format, does not contain
a MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface).
Therefore the designation "MIDI file" is for this not correct.
The designation "MIDI player" states: This player can play a
"Musical Instrument Digital Interface". That is not correct.
A player cannot play an interface. Or did someone see a player,
who plays an interface? That would be a Must see!
I think, so for a long time as, new, short, pleasing names for it are
not created, are correct definitions and designations:
For the file: MIDI compatible sound file.
For the player: MIDI compatible sound file player.
These designations are too long for often use, therefore are mostly
used the linguistically not quite correct but shorter designations.
If you find MIDI files that should not be here due copyright infringements
please e-mail me, I will remove them. It is not my intention to breach
any copyright laws.
The MIDI files on this page are for personal use only and must not be
used for public performances.
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