Recording Midi's on Computer

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  1. boogerman2000

    boogerman2000 New Member

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    Does anyone know of any good tutorials for recording midi's...
  2. tewem

    tewem New Member

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    Pls let me know if U find it.
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    tewem New Member

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  4. wolfgang127

    wolfgang127 New Member

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    recording midi's

    ALright..this is what I use:...compaq presario: download free software..Crescendo:...this will allow you to listen and then capture and save midi file.you must create directory where you want your file to be stored.This will get you started..good luck !
  5. jrobertson

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    try cubase and enter the help file for instruction
  6. amoodswing2000

    amoodswing2000 New Member

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    Cakewalk works pretty well .. there are heaps of software available to make midis. If you have a Midi program already you need to get a Sound recording program like Cool Edit or many others that will allow you to record the midi into wave and then save as an MP3 or whichever format you want.

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