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You won't convert the MIDI file. You might be able to change the way the playback device responds to it, as detailled here (of which I think you're already aware): https://musescore.org/sites/musescore.org/files/2018-06/midituning.pdf If you don't have a device that supports tuning maps, you might be able to attack normal MIDI pitch-bend information to each ...


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MIDI can specify tuning either in a sysex dump or in real time, but putting such information into a MIDI file or sequence will not necessarily give you the results you want. The sound module or virtual instrument that converts the MIDI to audio is where the tuning and temperament actually take place, so it really depends on what kinds of MIDI messages your ...


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