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    Mixing MIDI Files

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    Is their anyway into mixing midi files with wav's into an mp3? I've tried using cool edit but it doesn't work out..

    or is their a way of converting midi's into wav's or mp3's?

    thanks for any help.
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    Explain exactly what you are wanting to do. I'm sure you're confused with what you're doing.

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    It depends on the capability of your soundcard. easiest way is simply to record the output of you sequencer back into the computer. You might have to physically take a line out and then back in but more than likely you can just set your soundcard to record the stereo mix. Its in the little mixer at the bottom right hand corner of your desktop. Double click it.. go to properties and select ADVANCED then select RECORDING and set it to record the stereo mix. You can set it to record whatever you want depending on the routing complexity your soundcard offers.
    Alternately you could load them into cubase and do a mixdown. This is especially easy if your are using VST instruments.
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    Originally posted by sleepy
    Explain exactly what you are wanting to do. I'm sure you're confused with what you're doing.
    I have a midi file that I made that I want to play along to. But I can't mix down the wav file of me playing with the midi background music.
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    Originally posted by kk994
    It depends on the capability of your soundcard. easiest way is simply to record the output of you sequencer back into the computer. You might have to physically take a line out and then back in but more than likely you can just set your soundcard to record the stereo mix. Its in the little mixer at the bottom right hand corner of your desktop. Double click it.. go to properties and select ADVANCED then select RECORDING and set it to record the stereo mix. You can set it to record whatever you want depending on the routing complexity your soundcard offers.
    Alternately you could load them into cubase and do a mixdown. This is especially easy if your are using VST instruments.
    could you please explain to me how the what the line out and in thing is? I think i might i have to do that

    what line do I have to run?
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    gotta record midi as audio, then mix with your other wav files, then covert to mp3
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    how do I record the midi as audio?
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    I didn't read much of this thread, but you do know MIDI is NOT audio, right?
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    what sequencer are you using?
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    yes, i do know that midi is not audio, that's why i'm trying to figure out how to make it into audio.

    and to make my midi's sometimes I use fruityloops, sibelius or band in a box.
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