Softwre to use??

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by InitialD4, Feb 4, 2004.

  1. InitialD4

    InitialD4 New Member

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    Hi everyone! I want to make my own midi's file, but don't know which software to use... and by the way are there any ways to convert .wma or mp3 files to midi??
  2. grayb47

    grayb47 New Member

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    I use midilocator. its free, but for 15 bucks you can upgrade to piano roll version. then you can edit and input notes much easier. The help file sux as do most sequencer help files. Its not compatible with XP supposedly, but I use it on XP with no problems. you may find it at midilocator.com
  3. johnrowley

    johnrowley Member

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    You cannot successfully convert from mp3 to midi, the other way around is ok and there is tons of stuff on the net for free.

    Anvil Studio is a common free one listed often on these boards.
  4. MajorityMan

    MajorityMan New Member

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    umm

    audiotrack will do it, at least thats what I use
  5. bennypupenny

    bennypupenny New Member

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    To convert Midi to Mp3 you must record your Midi-File with a audio-editing-program like "WaveLab".

    A very good Sequencer is the NoteWorthyComposer. it's free ^^
  6. grayb47

    grayb47 New Member

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    I tried the Notworthy.(e in noteworthy omitted intentional) I didnt like it.
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    sabre81 New Member

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    NoteWorthy works great for me
  8. DJGamer

    DJGamer New Member

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    I use Anvil Studio, because it requires absolutely no Midi keyboard stuff, I can play notes off of my own USB computer keyboard. It takes a little getting used to where the notes are if you're a regular piano player, I guess, but I think it also is compatable with the keyboard hookup stuff if you have it.
    I don't have it, so I haven't gotten a chance to test that out.

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