Combining 8 midis

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by Futhel, Jul 23, 2004.

  1. Futhel

    Futhel New Member

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    Hi,
    I'm new here because of a problem.
    I need a way or someone how can combine 8 midis for me. It's for our orchestra and i need them in one midi for the keyboard.
    I tried jazz32,it worked well but then i listend to all and i noticed that some tones were missing.
    The speed of each song should be the same like when they were separated. (no changing of speed of the songs)


    Plz answer, its very important.

    (sorry for my bad english :rolleyes: )

    Gx,
    Futhel
  2. voice of god

    voice of god Prodigal Pyjamas Pervert Staff Member Super Mod

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    put them in a zip file and post it here or pm it to me and I'll see if I can do it for you
  3. songer

    songer New Member

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    doesn't a simple copy-paste solve this one? hehehe!
  4. Futhel

    Futhel New Member

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    And which program should do it? Maybe you can explain it to me?

    I'm very thankful for your help.


    Gx,
    Futhel
  5. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    A simple copy and paste really wouldn't work. It takes a bit more than that. Do what VoG suggested and post them here in a ZIP.
  6. songer

    songer New Member

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    oh yeah, i asked our keyboardist the same question. he said it's not an easy copy-and-paste thing... hopefully zandro can help u...
  7. kuerbo

    kuerbo New Member

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    It shouldn't be complicated. You can use Cubase, Cakewal, Logic Audio, etc.

    Just select import midei file with each of the files and then you can arrange them together.

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