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Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by Ragnarok, Jan 4, 2004.

  1. Ragnarok

    Ragnarok New Member

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    I dled a few midi makers and of them I cant really get anything form. what would you say would be teh best thing for someone to start to learn how to make midis if he knows absolutely nothing about it.
  2. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    Midi is really only one step along the path to making an end product, so you'll need to be a little more specific than that. Why do you want to 'make' midi files in the first place? What is your eventual goal? Do you play an instrument? What programs have you already tried and what didn't you like about them?
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    mikeyyyb New Member

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    Maybe a book is the way to go vs. software? Just my 2 cents.
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    xskhaos04 New Member

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    Midi

    Be a little more specific on exactly what you want to do with midi and some of the more advanced guys on here can help you out.
  5. gebby

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    If you have software, then open a file you like and see how it was made. Look at the velocity of each note, the FX used, the tempo cahanges etc.
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    wow this board really helped alot with question i had

    you guys rock

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