MyMIDI Player

A Music Player built just for churches

This is the home of MyMIDI Player, the music player built just for playing backing music in churches.

MyMIDI Player was written by Rev Wayne McHugh, the person behind MyMIDI Worship Resources. It was written specifically to meet the needs of small churches that lack musicians.

MyMIDI Player is free.

If you decide to use MyMIDI Player, we would appreciate it if you would use the “Contact Us” page on this website to tell us who you are and how to email you, so we can keep you informed about new developments with the software.

MyMIDI Player Download and Installation Instructions

Download the standard MyMIDI Player installation/upgrade from the following address:
(Version 3.4.  Download size: 214M.)

For the download, follow these instructions:

  1. Click the “DOWNLOAD MYMIDI PLAYER FROM HERE” link above.
  2. That will take you to Google Drive. It will say “no preview available”. Click the download link below that message.
  3. That will load another page that says the file is too big to be scanned. Click “Download anyway”.  Your “downloads” folder is probably the best place to save the download (if it asks).
  4. The file you just downloaded is called mymidiplayer304.msi.  Find and run (double click) the file.  Click “Next” for all options, and click “Yes” when asked by Windows to give permission. This will install or upgrade MyMIDI Player. You will likely receive a Windows warning, because the installation is not digitally signed. Click “more information” and tell it to run anyway.
  5. Done.

Note: This download is both an installation package (for new users) and an upgrade package (for existing users).  As always, a backup should be made of any existing installation before upgrading. To do this, backup the “documents/MyMIDI Player” folder.

Soundfont Upgrade

There is only so much quality that can be provided for free.  Those who dedicate themselves to the business of producing the best possible products deserve to be paid.

We have sought out the best sound fonts we can find, agreed on prices, and even produced a couple of soundfonts just for MyMIDI Player.  After you’ve downloaded MyMIDI Player, read about the professional quality upgrades that are available.

Soundfont Decompressor


Soundfont files (.sf2 extension) are usually quite large and they don’t compress very well with the more common zip compression.  A special compressor was written years ago by the owners of called sfArk which does more effective compression on soundfont files.

MelodyMachine is no more, but their compressor/decompressor lives on.  If you download a soundfont and it has an extension of sfark, use this utility to uncompress it back to sf2.

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