JavaMIDI is a set of classes and a library that let you use a platform's MIDI capabilities from Java. JavaMIDI supports MIDI input and output and arbitrary-length system exclusive packets for Win32 platforms (Win95 and NT) and the Macintosh.
JavaMIDI may not be used in a commercial product without the written approval of Robert Marsanyi. This is a beta version for evaluation purposes only. We are not responsible for any damage you incur by using this package - use at your own risk. Standard disclaimers apply. If you use JavaMIDI in your own projects, you should include a credit for JavaMIDI, and a comment to the effect that. Robert Marsanyi retains the copyright.
Download the JavaMidi_05.zip file containing source and binaries for PC. Read the README.txt file for installation instructions.
Download the 'C' and Java Source Code and compiled MIDIPort extension for Macintosh OMS using JNI, Java Native Interface. Ported by Tom Erbe.
Instructions for installing the Macintosh version are here.
Please note: If you are having problems using QuickTime5 and JavaMIDI on the same machine then please read this.
JavaMIDI was written by Robert Marsanyi. Send any feedback, bug messages, enhancement requests and so on toRobert at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you cannot reach Robert Marsanyi, then contact Phil Burk.
Also check out SUN's upcoming API for audio and MIDI.