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#1: Backup fr Internet

Posted on 2005-07-06 00:08:45 by Jack

Where can I find some good backup files on the Internet in wav format?

I have BIAB but a lousy soundcard. I bought a new soundcard but the
system won't bootup with it installed. Even If I installed it, only
midi files are produced. I would have to buy more software to convert
files to wav in order to burn it on a CD (which is what I want to
accomplish out of all this).

Jack

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#2: Re: Backup fr Internet

Posted on 2005-07-06 00:19:45 by Chris In Charleston

Itunes (free download at <a href="http://www.apple.com" target="_blank">http://www.apple.com</a>) will burn midi to cd.

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#3: Re: Backup fr Internet

Posted on 2005-07-06 00:45:06 by ottguit

How about the Jamey Absersold Stuff on CD?
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#4: Re: Backup fr Internet

Posted on 2005-07-06 02:48:45 by Jack

I have Win98 for which it doesn't work. Thanks anyway. Are there any
others out there anyone can recommend even if it costs $20 or so.

Jack

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#5: Re: Backup fr Internet

Posted on 2005-07-06 02:49:38 by Jack

Probably would be ideal. However, I would have to get 15 disks to get
the songs I want.

Jack

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#6: Re: Backup fr Internet

Posted on 2005-07-06 04:35:59 by dunlop212

I did this a few years ago with cooledit; I could not figure out how to
do it by importing or converting the midi to wav, but I could play the
midi and record it in real time. It seems to me that a freeware program
like audacity can record whatever is playing on your computer, so just
open a midi player while the record button is on in audacity.

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#7: Re: Backup fr Internet

Posted on 2005-07-06 12:41:55 by sjhusting

Audacity has an &quot;import midi&quot; option, which you can theoretically then
&quot;export to wav&quot; but I've never actually tried it. You could also use
audacity to rip the wav output, as was suggested. Also, if you have
band-in-a-box, you probably have the Roland VSC program; this also
saves midi to wav. I tried this one, it works.

dunlop212 wrote:
&gt; I did this a few years ago with cooledit; I could not figure out how to
&gt; do it by importing or converting the midi to wav, but I could play the
&gt; midi and record it in real time. It seems to me that a freeware program
&gt; like audacity can record whatever is playing on your computer, so just
&gt; open a midi player while the record button is on in audacity.

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#8: Re: Backup fr Internet

Posted on 2005-07-06 14:28:54 by David Raleigh Arnold

On Tue, 05 Jul 2005 15:08:45 -0700, Jack wrote:

&gt; Where can I find some good backup files on the Internet in wav format?
&gt;
&gt; I have BIAB but a lousy soundcard. I bought a new soundcard but the system
&gt; won't bootup with it installed. Even If I installed it, only midi files
&gt; are produced. I would have to buy more software to convert files to wav in
&gt; order to burn it on a CD (which is what I want to accomplish out of all
&gt; this).

Timidity is free, and you can convert midi to ogg or flac as well
as .wav. It will also convert on the fly, acting as a midi player.
It uses software sound samples, so it doesn't matter what your
sound card does with midi.

mma is a free bnb replacement. It makes midi files out of a
chord listing, one bar per line:

C / Am /
Dm
G7
C

daveA

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