Coverting MIDI to WAVE or MP3 for project

Discussion in 'Amateur Video Production' started by Videot, Mar 13, 2005.

  1. Videot

    Videot Guest

    I've been given some good MIDI files that could be used in a project but I
    need to convert them to WAVE or MP3 before I use them. Is there any good
    conversion software, preferably without lots of popups etc.?
     
    Videot, Mar 13, 2005
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    peter Guest

    peter, Mar 13, 2005
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    marks542004 Guest

    try "easy cd ripper".

    I do not have a current website for it.
     
    marks542004, Mar 13, 2005
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  4. marks542004 wrote ...
    Search on www.google.com
     
    Richard Crowley, Mar 13, 2005
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    Magicbaz Guest

    the quality of converting MIDI to WAV is totally dependent on the sound
    samples you sound card have stored for the midi mapped. Roland make a
    software sound canvas that will convert with no problem and has an excellent
    set of sounds. so pop on there website there may be a demo for it you could
    use.

    If your still having problems email me.
     
    Magicbaz, Mar 14, 2005
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    Magicbaz Guest

    the quality of converting MIDI to WAV is totally dependent on the sound
    samples you sound card have stored for the midi mapped. Roland make a
    software sound canvas that will convert with no problem and has an excellent
    set of sounds. so pop on there website there may be a demo for it you could
    use.

    If your still having problems email me.
     
    Magicbaz, Mar 14, 2005
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    Videot Guest

    It seems that I already had a converter on my machine but didn't know it. I
    have been using Apple's iTunes for windows for quite some time now. It's
    not immediately apparent but this program can convert midi's to both MP3's
    or wave files.

    Thanks for the help anyway.


    I've been given some good MIDI files that could be used in a project but I
    need to convert them to WAVE or MP3 before I use them. Is there any good
    conversion software, preferably without lots of popups etc.?
     
    Videot, Mar 15, 2005
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  8. Apple's Quicktime player (which I believe is included in iTunes)
    includes MIDI, so that should work fine.

    If the music sound quality isn't as good as that of your computer's
    own MIDI synth (on the sound card), or you'd like it to be better,
    there are alternatives. But Apple's synth isn't bad sounding.
     
    Jeffery S. Jones, Mar 15, 2005
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