1 Channel midi's

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  1. immortal636

    immortal636 New Member

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    hi, i have a program that shows all the instruments used in a midi and which keys they play individually...but i have some that seem to be just one single instrument and u cant differentiate between keys that are being played...is there any thing i can download to split up all the parts of the song???
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  2. ZelRiptha

    ZelRiptha Thnow White but I drifted Staff Member Super Mod

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    You can use a sequencing program to split the tracks by channel into a type-1 MIDI file. Alternatively, the VanBasco Karaoke Player shows the notes by channel regardless of the type of MIDI file.
  3. immortal636

    immortal636 New Member

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    what do u think the best program to save it as a type-1 midi would be?
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    ZelRiptha Thnow White but I drifted Staff Member Super Mod

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  5. immortal636

    immortal636 New Member

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    Ok i downloaded Winjammer but how do I save it as a type-1 midi???
  6. ZelRiptha

    ZelRiptha Thnow White but I drifted Staff Member Super Mod

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    Okay, open the file in WinJammer.
    Select the track.
    Choose Track->Split->Channel.
    Then choose File->Save As.
    I believe WinJammer only saves type-1 MIDI files.
  7. nienie

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    As far as I've read, all notation programs save as type-1 midi's nowadays. :D Type-0 is just an older type which isn't used any more because it doesn't work as well as type-1.
  8. ZelRiptha

    ZelRiptha Thnow White but I drifted Staff Member Super Mod

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    Any luck, Immortal636?
  9. ManE

    ManE New Member

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    had been wondering about that for a while now...
  10. newguy

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    Also, if the case be that you have a score who's parts were combined into one track, you'd have little choice but to do it by ear or perhaps finding the sheet music for it and looking for patterns in chorus and so forth, depending on the piece. In general though you can seperated it by octaves.
  11. jeo

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    Immortal are you trying to convert a wave file to midi file which resulted in all tracks in one channel and you trying to spilt them up? I've tried that before without any luck...:rolleyes:

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