cheesy music

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  • #85077
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    evilmation
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    I need some really corny music for a film but my dads blocked all mp3 download sites can some one help me.

    edit: oh and looking at the film I also need a sound like that cartoony sound they get when they remove records from a record player

    #85080
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    evilmation
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    I want more of a relxing kind of repeated cheesy no lyrics

    #85091
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    evilmation
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    I think I found something but its in the wrong format what freeware can turn music files into .wav
    edit: Ive tried goldwave but when i play it it just sounds like radio interferance. Im probably doing something wrong so please help

    #85117
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    RevMen
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    What format is it in currently?

    #85125
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    evilmation
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    I’ve just played it and recorded it using a mic. it lowered the quality but hey
    and its a midi sequence

    #85127
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    RevMen
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    It’s impossible to make a midi file with a microphone.

    #85137
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    IceMan
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    I have a very cheesy song called, Take Up The Tempo. It’s by the band, thebandwithnoname. 😆 It’s very fast. Probably would be good for an action sequence. It can be in wav or mp3 form if you want it.

    #85153
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    Stefan
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    It’s impossible to make a midi file with a microphone.

    http://www.intelliscore.net/

    Stefan.

    #85157
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    RevMen
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    OK, it’s not impossible, but I think it’s beyond evilmation’s current capabilities.

    #86642
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    brad_checkett
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    Try using IAmusic.com. Just put your microphone next to your speaker. Hit record on an editing program if you have one.

    http://www.iamusic.com/

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