Midi editor

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  1. Pbjpizza

    Pbjpizza New Member

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    I am searching for an application that a family member owned several years ago, the software came with a Packard Bell computer. She doesn't have either any more, but thinks it may have been called voyager or something like that. She was able to change the sound of midis so that they came out like carousel tunes. Does anyone know what program that was? Thanks.
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    billyj0ebob New Member

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    Mobile Music Polyphonic.. or Mobile Music Pro.. I know there is 3 different programs from the same people, i was meaning to give it a try
  3. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Read the thread before replying, billyj0ebob.
  4. Pbjpizza

    Pbjpizza New Member

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    Nope, billybob, that wasn't it. My better half heard the midis played at the time she had the app and says the mobile music is nice, but not it. Thanks anyway. Does anyone else have a suggestion?
  5. jeaniesing

    jeaniesing Super Moderator Staff Member Super Mod

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    Calliope tunes... hmmmmm... use any MID sequencing proggy and use the sounds "pan flute" "Muted trumpet" and "Harmonica"... it'd take some fussing but would produce the desired effect in the end.
  6. Pbjpizza

    Pbjpizza New Member

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    Thanks for the help. Now, which midi sequencing program is the easiest to use? I am not good at this. :p
  7. jeaniesing

    jeaniesing Super Moderator Staff Member Super Mod

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    www.anvilstudios.com is reasonable easy for this.... you open the midi from within the program (which is free) you'll see the instrument names listed.... double-click on each one ('cept drum tracks) and change it to "pan flute" or even "blown bottle"... listen to what you hear then try'n tweak the melody line (maybe a muted trumpet here, but turn the volume down on that track).


    Good Luck
  8. Pbjpizza

    Pbjpizza New Member

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    Thank you all for the suggestions- I dl'ed anvil and it's great!!! I am having a ball with it! :p
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    cloakedevil New Member

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    kool that hepled me too
  10. bigw2069

    bigw2069 New Member

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    yeah thanks its an ace programme
  11. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Anvil Studios specialises in serving the fast growing and challenging demands of film, television, and interactive entertainment. Anvil Studio by Willow Software, on the other hand, which is in no way affiliated with Anvil Studios, is the MIDI sequencer Jeaniesing speaks of. You can find Anvil Studio at http://www.anvilstudio.com/
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    djmtwist New Member

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    anvil is good. i use voyetra personally cuz it was cheap.
  13. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    But Anvil Studio is free.
  14. jeaniesing

    jeaniesing Super Moderator Staff Member Super Mod

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    Whoops! Thanks for the correction there Zandro ;)
  15. Acidrich

    Acidrich New Member

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    wow, thats a real cool program... i wonder i´ve never heard bevor about it...

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