There are a lot of situations when you need to convert MIDI files to sheet music files. For example, if you want to make song arrangements and you have a MIDI file of that certain song, what should you do? Of course, you can play the song and write an arrangement for each instrument using your ear, but it is much easier to use some sheet music editing software.
Here are two instant freeware programs for quick use:
Midi Sheet Music – convert MIDI files to sheet music image (.png) files. It runs on Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
Notation Player – convert MIDI files to sheet music notation(.not) files. It runs on Microsoft Windows.
Further, if you want to convert MIDI file to PDF, read all about that in the Sheet Music to PDF article.
If you have small MIDI files with one or two instruments and you don’t want to download software for converting MIDI files to sheet music files, you can convert it online at 8notes.
But, if you want to have full and professional control of editing and creating sheet music files, the best solution is to get Finale PrintMusic 2011.