Zrythm can import MIDI and audio files into the project. The files can be imported by dragging and dropping from your computer or from the file browser into a track.
The following file formats are supported.
- OGG (Vorbis and OPUS)
An open and patent-free container format mostly used for lossy audio files.
An open and royalty-free audio coding format for lossless compression of digital audio.
An audio file format for storing audio bistreams (uncompressed audio).
An (originally patented) coding format for compressed audio. Although the patents have expired, we recommend using OGG instead.
OPUS support requires specific project samplerates to work properly.
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Zrythm supports SMF files of type 0 and type 1. Each type is explained below for reference.
- Type 0
An entire performance merged into a single track.
- Type 1
An entire performance in one or more tracks that are performed simultaneously
- Type 2
Multiple arrangements, each having its own track and intended to be played in sequence
Type 2 SMF files are rarely used and are not supported.