midi to wav

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  1. eaglesblask7

    eaglesblask7 New Member

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    does any one know of a good free program that converts midi to wav--- thanks
  2. Orpheus

    Orpheus New Member

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    you will need at leas a good sound card and a wery good software/hardware sinthesizer in your computer, to get good results. than you can easyly play a midi-file and record it with any HD-recording program. i sudgest using SoundForge, Yamaha SXG-50 or GigaSampler.

    there are some programs that can do it authomatically (f.e. by fmisoftware: http://www.fmjsoft.com/) but i don't think it is the best idea...
  3. skribblah

    skribblah New Member

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    if you have a good sound card, play the file back and record it with SNDREC32. (type that in the run box)
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    jazzy_jay New Member

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  5. SquantoMD

    SquantoMD New Member

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    Just goto Google.com and type in what you're looking for, or perhaps Download.com, they have so many programs to choose from.
  6. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    SynthFont is an excellent program, mainly because it has SoundFont support, regardless whether you have an E-MU10Kx engine or not. It is also freeware, and now includes VST support!
    Last edited: Oct 6, 2003
  7. cheerboy

    cheerboy New Member

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    you can do it with cool edit 2000 or like skribblah said: play it back and then record it with recording software. you can find tons of it on www.tucows.com
  8. Deepsmeg

    Deepsmeg New Member

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    cheap trick i know of, VERY tacky...
    get a 3.5mm - 3.5mm lead and connect you speakers and mic.
    playback and record.
  9. jungle187

    jungle187 New Member

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    midi

    bounce out of logic to audio..simple
  10. grooviegoo

    grooviegoo New Member

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    melodyne studio!! the best in the market :D

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