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Some try in the mysterious art of MIDI
« on: February 02, 2013, 08:30:25 pm »
Hello. I've grabbed some midi software, some old, named Bigboss6. That works fine, if you leave the editing affair when you made mistakes. I would like an opinion on such a sample like this in attachment. I'm not a pro but I tried to imitate the +hill ambiance, bringing a version more overload and more disturbing if you were counting on concentration.... But at least it is a first try. And it allows me to jump at this section again (I did some time ago and got an answer somewhere else at my questions), to ask if there would be an ideal free tool, easy to use and accurate, to make Midi stuff and things useful around sound and music?


Stuff below grabable at will of course.

Oh yes, I forgot to say that the difficult part had been the Midi to Wave conversion. I was using a cask wich changed my output mode or such a thing, and I was unable to record any sound. Half a day to understand this :(
« Last Edit: February 02, 2013, 08:35:33 pm by krilain »