How to get a midi with no vocals

Discussion in 'Getting Started/New Member Help' started by Gonzo1982, Oct 16, 2002.

  1. alexj2002

    alexj2002 New Member

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    So It Ain't Possible to convert files.
  2. Gonzo1982

    Gonzo1982 New Member

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    I got that program now. What do I do now?
  3. voice of god

    voice of god Prodigal Pyjamas Pervert Staff Member Super Mod

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    Open Logic Audio and go FILE, OPEN a midi file and check it out. You should see all the different tracks like drums, bass guitar etc.

    Select the drum track(for e.g) then go WINDOWS, OPEN MATRIX EDIT. In here you will see all the individual notes, like kick drum, snare cymbals etc. It is here(MATRIX EDIT) that you create all the notes of your midi.

    Try creating a few notes with the pencil and erasing them with rubber. Change the length of notes by clicking and dragging. The tool with a V(velocity) determines how loud the note is struck.

    See if you can get a feel of how it works.
    Last edited: Oct 28, 2002
  4. Lemmetawk

    Lemmetawk New Member

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    Logic Audio only lists for Win 95/98.. can I use it with WinXP (Which I HATE and would never advise anyone to buy a computer with it as it's OS)??
  5. voice of god

    voice of god Prodigal Pyjamas Pervert Staff Member Super Mod

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    yes I think it would work
  6. lostdave

    lostdave 'EVIL' Mod

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    Most things run under XP..i can't see the problem...have been using it for months now.....


    Dave

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