5 channel sound from Midi?

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by warmaster, Mar 14, 2004.

  1. warmaster

    warmaster New Member

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    I would like to take a Midi file and pass it through a say a Dolby Prologic II reciever and get 5 channel sound. I have found instructions on how to create a 4 channel sound, with L-R-Center-Surround channels. Is there anyway to do this?

    By the way, in the instructions for the 4 channel sound, it states that in order to have the surround channel, I need to take two midi channels, making one the original instrument and the other an "inverted signal" of the original. Can this be done with Noteworthy Composer or the Jazz Midi Sequencer (the programs I use to create Midi files) while still keeping it a Midi file and not converting to wav?
  2. davo_1324

    davo_1324 New Member

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    Probably

    You Probably could but it would just be like 5 of the same tracks through each speaker unless u slaved away at the midi for like four days to work it out
    Cheers
    Davo_1324
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