Adjusting Tones of instruments in midifiles

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  1. Jrsnow

    Jrsnow New Member

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    About Changing Tone in midifiles

    I'm using Cakewalk 9, right now
    is there anyway you can Add Bass OR Add treble
    to separate midi tracks with the software
    I can't seem to find anything on it
    Anyone got any answers?
    Or A different Program ( software ) that you can do this easily?

    JACK

    jrsnow@vif.com
  2. Stilcrazy

    Stilcrazy Just a Regular Midi Guy

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    No you are out of luck there ... the only way you could simulate this is to pan the sound either hard right or hard left and then change the tone through a mixer
  3. Jrsnow

    Jrsnow New Member

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    THank for letting me know
    Did you mean a software mixer?
    or the mixer when you convert to a sound file?

    JACK
  4. Stilcrazy

    Stilcrazy Just a Regular Midi Guy

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    Sorry ment the mixer after the sequencer produces the sound. I use a mackie to eq the sound before it goes into the PA. In your sequences you could pan the bass hard right and the drums hard left then eq from your mixer the left and right channels to your taste.

    Hope this helps
  5. Jrsnow

    Jrsnow New Member

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    Yes This Info Helps, a lot
    thanx for your Time

    Jack

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