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.SNG File Extension

File Type 1Korg Trinity Song File

DeveloperKorg
Popularity
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Rare Uncommon Average Common Very Common
CategoryAudio Files
FormatBinary

Binary

This file is saved in a binary format, which requires a specific program to read its contents.

What is a SNG file?

Song file used by Korg MIDI-compatible devices, such as some synthesizers; stores musical notes and other audio information in a proprietary format; can be used for playing back songs and music loops on Korg electronic devices; may also be converted to other file formats, such as .MID.

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Programs that open SNG files
Windows
Alchemist
Gnmidi.com sng2midi
Gnmidi.com sng2bsq
Mac
Alchemist
Linux
Alchemist
Updated 7/12/2010

File Type 2MIDI Song File

DeveloperN/A
Popularity
3.8 (22 Votes) Thanks for voting!
Rare Uncommon Average Common Very Common
CategoryAudio Files
FormatN/A

Unknown

File format categories include Binary, Text, XML, and Zip. The format of this file type has not been determined.

.SNG File Association 2

Generic song file created by various MIDI-compatible hardware devices and music creation software applications; typically contains only MIDI data, which is stored in a format similar to a standard MIDI (.MID) file.

More Information

Since there are several programs and devices that save SNG files, the file format may differ slightly between programs. Therefore, it is best to locate the original software used to save the files to open and convert them to other formats.

NOTE: SNG files do not store actual audio data.

Programs that open SNG files
Windows
Apple QuickTime Player
Mac
Apple QuickTime Player
Updated 7/12/2010

.SNG Extension Information

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