recording midi to wav

Discussion in 'comp.music.midi' started by Marcel, Jun 15, 2003.

  1. Marcel

    Marcel Guest

    In the Soundblaster sound card there is an option called "What you hear".
    When I play my external keybord through Cubase software,I hear the sounds
    from that keyboard.The internal synth from the souncart is disabled that
    moment.But it seems to be impossible to convert the sounds that "I hear"to
    WAV.What I get is the sound of the internal MIDI banks.!I have to record my
    song on a tape,then send it back and record it as a .WAV file.
    But isn't there another way?I can't imagine I do it correctly...it works
    though...
  2. In article <p3_Ga.53522$1u5.4107@afrodite.telenet-ops.be>,
    marcel.mols@pandora.be says...
    > In the Soundblaster sound card there is an option called "What you hear".
    > When I play my external keybord through Cubase software,I hear the sounds
    > from that keyboard.The internal synth from the souncart is disabled that
    > moment.


    Okay, so you have Keyboard sending MIDI to Cubase and Cubase sending MIDI
    to your soundcard. Cubase, at this point, has produced no audio signal.

    > But it seems to be impossible to convert the sounds that "I hear"to
    > WAV.


    MSWindows includes a "recorder" application - have you tried that?

    > What I get is the sound of the internal MIDI banks.!


    I don't really know what you mean here. You record the soundcard's
    output and you get the sound the soundcard produced? Something else?

    > I have to record my
    > song on a tape,then send it back and record it as a .WAV file.
    > But isn't there another way?I can't imagine I do it correctly...it works
    > though...


    I don't know Cubase but if you can get MS Windows' recorder working, it
    may be possible for Cubase to record and playback at the same time. But
    maybe it isn't?

    -- Peter
  3. HB.

    HB. Guest

    Re: Midi to wav

    http://www.classicalarchives.com/faq_mp3_hl.html


    "Henrik Schmidt" <harabanar@hotmail.com> skrev i en meddelelse
    news:%hg4b.62917$Kb2.2765319@news010.worldonline.dk...
    > Hi does anybody have an idear of how to converte midi (cakewalk file) to

    wav
    > or any other sound file format that can be imported in to f.ex a video
    > eddyting program like Adobe Premiere.
    >
    > Henrik Schmidt
    >
    >
  4. JB Seattle

    JB Seattle Guest

    Re: Midi to wav

    Yes, arm a stereo audio track and play the midi, it will record the midi
    output of the soundcard as audio.
    JB
    "Henrik Schmidt" <harabanar@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:%hg4b.62917$Kb2.2765319@news010.worldonline.dk...
    > Hi does anybody have an idear of how to converte midi (cakewalk file) to

    wav
    > or any other sound file format that can be imported in to f.ex a video
    > eddyting program like Adobe Premiere.
    >
    > Henrik Schmidt
    >
    >
  5. Re: Midi to wav

    Henrik Schmidt wrote:
    > Hi does anybody have an idear of how to converte midi (cakewalk file) to wav
    > or any other sound file format that can be imported in to f.ex a video
    > eddyting program like Adobe Premiere.
    >
    > Henrik Schmidt
    >
    >

    And as always: if you want to be a bit more involved and create better
    sounding music - use SoundFonts. If you don't have a SoundFont
    compatible soundcard (like SoundBlaster Live or Audigy) use my free
    MIDI-to-WAV converter SynthFont, which you find at www.synthfont.com. I
    also have lots of links to sites where you can download free soundfonts.

    Kenneth
  6. Re: Midi to wav

    Thank you all

    It have been most helpfull

    Henrik schmidt

    www.henrik-schmidt.dk


    "Henrik Schmidt" <harabanar@hotmail.com> wrote in message
    news:%hg4b.62917$Kb2.2765319@news010.worldonline.dk...
    > Hi does anybody have an idear of how to converte midi (cakewalk file) to

    wav
    > or any other sound file format that can be imported in to f.ex a video
    > eddyting program like Adobe Premiere.
    >
    > Henrik Schmidt
    >
    >

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