program to increase volume and cut pieces of a midi?

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  1. El Loco

    El Loco New Member

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    Hi all,

    I used to have a little program that allowed me to cut pieces from a midi file and also increased the volume. The problem is that I lost the program and forgot the name of it. Does anybody know a program that can do this (and is easy). It doesn't have to do much more than cutting and increasing the volume (this is handy for ringtones).
    Thanks a bunch,

    El Loco
  2. El Loco

    El Loco New Member

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  3. agent-smith

    agent-smith New Member

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    It's interesting.
    Personally I use Anvil Studio. It's free and quite friendly to use. Perfect for making ringtones.
  4. kevinkit

    kevinkit New Member

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    can i know where to get Anvil studio?
  5. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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  6. Inspectah9d9

    Inspectah9d9 New Member

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    im gonna try this anvil thing, i hope it works because everything ive found on www.download.com and zdnet (same thing i know) are garbage
  7. vivre

    vivre New Member

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    I"m using Cakewalk Pro Audio...
  8. zak_eldridge

    zak_eldridge New Member

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    I've been using Finale 2004
  9. screaminkeys

    screaminkeys New Member

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    Actually, depending on how much flexibility you need, you should get either Logic or Cubase... they're both intensely deep and provide volume, pan, sends, graphic vies of the tracks, notation, event edeiting and more!
  10. soniclude

    soniclude New Member

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    I just started messing with midi's today, and I found that Anvil is really useful. I was able to do things like change the volume of any instrument (including setting it to 0 if i didn't like it... good for when the "lyrics" are in the song but you don't want them).

    It's also really easy to truncate the midi from the beginning or the end. The only thing that's difficult right now is, say, cutting out part of the middle, since I don't quite understand everything about these midis. :p
  11. kevinkit

    kevinkit New Member

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    Thanks Zandro for address
  12. tavenger5

    tavenger5 Mr Admin Guy Staff Member Admin

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  13. elcapototal

    elcapototal New Member

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    cooledit 2000 is the best audio software I've used. All the proffesional features for only 19.95 (or you can get a limited features demo for free)
  14. phobus

    phobus New Member

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    yah if psmplayer doesnt do it, cooledit is a great deal
  15. orijin

    orijin New Member

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    anvilstudio doesnt seem to work really good.. but the editing in anvil is good.. but to increase the volume of the midi it dun seem to increase dramatically while the psmplayer shows changes.
  16. zak_eldridge

    zak_eldridge New Member

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    Just got Sonar 2 today. I'm already liking it. Great midi stuff!
  17. orijin

    orijin New Member

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    psm player is good for increasing the volume of a midi.. but anvil studio is useless for increasing volume while its good at editing.
  18. Inspectah9d9

    Inspectah9d9 New Member

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    i like psm the best, but thats also cause everything else i find for free is really bad
  19. kevinkit

    kevinkit New Member

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    Yeah PSM is great I do agree but the volume doesnt increases alot although u set it by 200%. Does any software out there which could increase the volume?????
  20. orijin

    orijin New Member

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    i just said PSM player.. lol.. set it to 500 instead of 200.. ure gonna notice a difference lol.

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