which midi maker progs to use?

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  1. shikigami

    shikigami New Member

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    I need help to find a suitable midi maker program....can you pros help out? sometime the midi maker i have doesnt have some of the samples or instruments you want.
  2. Pol

    Pol Stuck on the M1 <img src="images/smilies/shakehead Staff Member Super Mod

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    Cakewalk Home Studio 2002 or Cakewalk Sonar will do the job for you
  3. shikigami

    shikigami New Member

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    cOuld you GIVE me a little...preP On those proGRams...how they worK?...
  4. Pol

    Pol Stuck on the M1 <img src="images/smilies/shakehead Staff Member Super Mod

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    Each midifile consists of several 'tracks'. Usually each track contains a different instrument. You can select the instrument for each track or edit an existing midi by changing the instrument if you don't like it. You can also change keys, volumes, tempos etc......play around with the program, get a book on sequencing for beginners or use the help files which come with the program.
  5. shikigami

    shikigami New Member

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    thnx....im gonna try soon...
  6. calie_177

    calie_177 New Member

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    If you need to covert a WAV to MIDI, you might want to try Akoff Composer (there is a demo version available at Akoff's website). I tried the demos (can't save files) for Akoff Composer, WIDI, Intelliscore and Digital Ear (whew!). Composer gave me the most recognizable (but far from perfect) results. Mind you, you'll still need a MIDI editor, or if you have a background in music and not tech stuff, you can use something like Finale Notepad Plus to see the MIDI as Sheet music, and it will be easier to spot/hear the "wrong" notes. I have no clue how to use a MIDI editor, so this is the route that I use. Hope it helps!
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    neimadragon New Member

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  8. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    llucas83 New Member

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    does akoff convert mp3 to midi?
  10. llucas83

    llucas83 New Member

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    and if u can't save the midi, how do you get it to ur phone?
  11. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    I put a link to their site for a reason.

    buy the product to save the midi to get it to ur phone
  12. TReb

    TReb New Member

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    buy it? that mean we have to spend money............n thats not a good thing.........
  13. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    Money makes the world go around.
  14. Lorence

    Lorence New Member

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    Personally I use Cakewalk Home Studio 2002. I started to use it two days ago, and it's the first time that I use MIDI (I had not knowledge at all before), and it was really easy to use. Intutitive.

    Know I'm having problems with the configuration of my Electric Piano and the different channels, but I thing I will solve them.

    Greetings!
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    Ill Fred New Member

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    i have Mobile Music Polyphonic but does someone got a crack for it?
  16. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    What version are you dealing with?
  17. KSAUK

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    ALL I BLOODY KNOW IS THIS THING HAS RIPPED ME OFF
  18. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    What would "THIS THING" be?
  19. CaRoTiD

    CaRoTiD New Member

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    how can it have ripped you off???? Try contributing something. Its like a party and the board is celebrating. Bring something to the party KSAUK and you will be surprised how fast you get it back. Universal law of reciprocation mate. Zandro dont they write some muck to get the five posts?
  20. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    He sure did.

    "NICE"
    "ERMM"
    "WHO???:borg:"
    "WILL DO"
    "ALL I BLOODY KNOW IS THIS THING HAS RIPPED ME OFF"

    Looks like a trash poster to me.

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