Much appreciated, atolboo.
I was curious what freepats was and downloaded freepats-20060219.tar.bz2 to my Downloads folder and unpacked it. I'm going to see if I can point timidity to this, though it does seem to be using shompatches. Freepats is only bigger, offers more sounds.
I don't know if it was needed, but I enabled Timidity service in service manager and to start at start up, and also went to System Settings>File associations>adio>midi and added Deadbeef player to Application Preference.
found selected GUI plugin: GTK2
loading plugin /home/asusa8ne/.local/lib/deadbeef/ddb_gui_GTK2.so
loading plugin /usr/lib/deadbeef/ddb_gui_GTK2.so
libWildMidi(WM_BufferFile:639): ERROR Unable to stat /etc/timidity/freepats/freepats.cfg (No such file or directory)
gtkui plugin compiled for gtk version: 2.22.1
selected output plugin: ALSA output plugin
INFO: loading playlist Default
INFO: from file /home/asusa8ne/.config/deadbeef/playlists/0.dbpl
gtkui: found cover-art loader plugin
Thanks again for adding this player, yet another player for us Pardus folks.
Update on using freepats:
I managed to get deadbeef to use freepats. Now more error that it is looking for freepats.cfg file. I Opened deadbeef player, Edit>Preferences>Plugins>WildMidiPlayer and highlighted it and clicked "configure" and selected the folder where I had unpacked the freepats file in my home/Downloads folder>OK. It plays midis I found for free on internet. It seems that timidity running as a service is not necessary to play midi files as I now have it stopped under Service Manager.