Can anyone help???

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by Efusive One, Oct 8, 2002.

  1. Efusive One

    Efusive One New Member

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    I'm a beginner to all this MIDI stuff, but I anm very much interested in making my own...can anyone point me in the direction of good beginner software to do this....also are these WAV to MIDI converters any good?

    Thanks
  2. KingXII

    KingXII S MOD

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    : mod move to General Sequencing:
    I heard that the wave to midi programs aren't good so your best bet would have to be sequencing yourself.
  3. Efusive One

    Efusive One New Member

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    Ok, so sequencing tunes myself is the answer...wat programs do u guys use to do this or is the special equipment i need?
  4. KingXII

    KingXII S MOD

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    somebody will answer that once a mod moves this post
    next time please post in the appropriate board
    all the boards are listed once you click boards to the top left
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    i don't know anything about sequencing but some of these people do you just have to wait until they reply.
  5. Efusive One

    Efusive One New Member

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    Sorry my mistake, i didnt look around too throughly before posting this...won't happen again, my bad.
  6. voice of god

    voice of god Prodigal Pyjamas Pervert Staff Member Super Mod

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    I use logic audio 4.7 for sequencing.

    The big 3 are logic audio, cakewalk and cubase get either one of these and you should be right.

    I think you can download them 4 free at kazaa.
  7. willi001

    willi001 New Member

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    I use Cubase and a Korg Trinity...The keyboard has a very powerful sequencer built right in...Cubase is great also...
  8. -Mm-

    -Mm- New Member

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    Think you can download them for free eh?? lol
  9. ZelRiptha

    ZelRiptha Thnow White but I drifted Staff Member Super Mod

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  10. DennisV

    DennisV New Member

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    I Use Cakewalk walk, And find it easy to use, As far as the wav to midi is concerned, You can only do one instrument at a time, but not fully recommended. The feel to the groove is lost, once you start messing with wav to midi's, I find anyways.
  11. danyj

    danyj New Member

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    use cakewalk if you intend to play in live situations and Logic for building them yourself.
    good luck
  12. Ralph'e'

    Ralph'e' www.ralphe.tk

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    Efusive One , if your starting off, search for Noteworthy Composer
  13. Orpheus

    Orpheus New Member

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    If you are new to MIDis - Cakewalk SONAR

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