any program to edit a midi's length?

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by Load81, Aug 24, 2002.

  1. azntommy13

    azntommy13 New Member

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    hey everyone is cubase any good for editing midi? if you've used it tell me how it is... like what u can do with it and such and such. thanks.
  2. trdexter

    trdexter New Member

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    doesn't quicktime do something like that as well?
  3. cooter

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    a good one to use in GNMIDI......only drawback is that it's a demo so you have to keep deleting the program the installing again......
  4. cooter

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    oh....sorry, just go to downloads.com and type in GNMIDI.....
  5. hattrick10

    hattrick10 New Member

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    Cakewalk or Anvil Studios seem to work pretty well for me.
  6. MozizzleX

    MozizzleX New Member

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    I've got an old prog released around 1994, part of Midisoft Presentation Parter 1.05. It is a 16-bit notation program called "Midisoft Music Magic" :) I can use it to copy a part of a song and paste over and over til the song is long. :)
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  8. curtgadget

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    sometimes when I edit with anvil studios, the midi file looses some of its instruments. In other words, if I shorten a midi file with anvil, all of a sudden one of the instruments is now a grand piano, and I have no idea how to insure the original instruments are not affected. Does this make sense? Thanks in advance
  9. cuteguy

    cuteguy New Member

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    i use midifixer for to pump up the sound
  10. simarilis

    simarilis New Member

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    also try Emagic Platinum Logic if you want a pro version
  11. Rankinfile

    Rankinfile Guardian Angel

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    Midi fixer works pretty well but only the demo is free and is good for 10 trys. After that a $5 charge is required...
  12. Rethink

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    I tried to look for jazzware on download.com but i couldn't find it.
  13. nemesis2181

    nemesis2181 New Member

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    ok the best sowftware to edit your midi song -lenght is believe it or not quick time,simple,easy
  14. rdeol

    rdeol New Member

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    cakewalk works great
  15. curtgadget

    curtgadget New Member

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    Try anvil studios
  16. jazzcat

    jazzcat New Member

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    I'd be happy to edit some of your MIDI files for you, but it would be best if you write to me personally at oneqtcat@juno.com .That way you can send me the files directly. Tell me what you want edited out, I'll do it for you and send them back to you.
    Cat >^..^<
  17. Shadowgt

    Shadowgt New Member

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    Coding Workshop's Polyphonic Wizard will get the job done. Just crop it and then save the file.
  18. m5zal82

    m5zal82 New Member

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    try out Anvil Studio. It can both shorten the midi or increase the volume. Furthermore its FREE of charge. Available in zdnet.com.
  19. Sentertainme

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    yay, make it easier to distribut those cut midis :( blah
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