With the aid of VST Player you can load VST plugins in order to play Midi files (MID format) and adjust settings. It is quite simple to work with, since it doesn't come packed with advanced configuration options.
The installation procedure is rapid and uneventful, without requiring special attention from the user. Once it finishes, you are greeted by a regular window with a well-organized layout, where you can enable up to 16 VST plugins.
When loading a Midi file into the workspace, VST Player automatically sets the master volume to 127 if a value is not already inputted.
While playing the sound file, you can adjust numerical parameters for electric piano, clav, acoustic grand piano, harpsichord, and others. There are no other options available through this tool.
VST Player is low-demanding when it comes to CPU and RAM, so it doesn't affect the overall performance of the computer. It did not hang, crash or pop up error dialogs in our tests. Unfortunately, VST Player has not been updated for a long time, and it has stability issues with newer operating systems.