Creating Own Midi

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by m5zal82, Nov 22, 2003.

  1. m5zal82

    m5zal82 New Member

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    Is it possible to create own midi without using a keyboard/piano?
  2. NaDuHCoP

    NaDuHCoP MIDI COP

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    There is, but I have no discovered an easy way in doing so. Unless there is something that I am not aware of. Sorry, I know this probably is not helpful to you.
  3. bnjiman80

    bnjiman80 Tangled Up In Blue

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  4. m5zal82

    m5zal82 New Member

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    thank you very much for you guys' help
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    berilac New Member

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    sorry maybe i am a newbie but how do i convert a midi to an mmf file
  6. m5zal82

    m5zal82 New Member

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    Well, I certainly don't know about that. I did the opposite way the last time. From mmf to midi.

    Just use yahoo to search for such converter.
  7. aleskotnik

    aleskotnik New Member

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    take a look at sonar

    To make your own midis, you have to use some multitrack sequencing software like Cakewalk Sonar or Cubase. There are also some free awailable (anwilstudio, jazz, rosegarden, muse).

    You can enter parts via score notation or via piano roll.

    Tosome degree, you can "convert" mp3 to midi with melody recognition software like Intelliscore.

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