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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…
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.
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?
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