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I am interested in converting some old MIDI files to WAV using the default Windows MIDI soundfont (for nostalgic reasons), located at C:\windows\system32\drivers\gm.dls.

I am aware I can simply play the MIDI's on Windows Media Player and then record the computer's stereo mix as one method but I'd like something a little cleaner, especially as WMP seems to be somewhat laggy these days. What software can I use to accomplish this?

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