.MID to .WAV?

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  • #70725
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    BertL
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    Allrighty.

    I was working on a cheesy (or, as you might say it, boring) soundtrack for a brickfilm. So, I made it with this program called Finale 2003. But it’s not about that.

    I’ve saved the file as a .MID file, and now I want the .MID file to become a .WAV file, so that I can actually use it. How do i do that?

    Thank you.

    #70727
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    unfoldingmetal
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    http://www.google.ca/search?hl=en&q=fre … .wav&meta=

    It is impossible to convert them withough using a sound recorder. That is what I can see so fat. Put your microphone up to the speakers, place the .midi file and press record on the recorder.

    Then save as a .wav. Audio quality may not be good.

    #70734
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    Lechnology
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    These are what I found at download.com

    Mid Converter

    WavMaker
    Neither are free, though.

    #70740
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    Blunty
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    It is impossible to convert them withough using a sound recorder. That is what I can see so fat. Put your microphone up to the speakers, place the .midi file and press record on the recorder.

    that’s probably the worst advice I’ve seen anyone give around here.

    #70837
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    Kristian
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    Thanks Rev! That worked for me…

    I recorded a piece that I’d written into Finale 2004. A friend of mine and I took the task of creating a score for the conductor. I wrote the brass parts and drums, while he’s writing the woodwind parts. I uploaded it to the net so you could listen to it if you want to. The song is called Happyland and is by Yûko Ueno. It’s quite a cool piece. This is only brass and drums since the other one isn’t finished with the woodwinds yet.

    EDIT: The file has been removed…

    #70841
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    BertL
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    Thanks very much Rev, it worked. Little note on that though: make sure not to have your MICROPHONE PLUGGED INto the computer.

    #70860
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    unfoldingmetal
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    Yeah it is a pretty dumb idea now that I think of it. I tried it before though and it sounded pretty good.

    #78912
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    karlbirran
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    #78944
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    BertL
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    :roll

    this was explained two months ago by RevMen.

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