Wednesday, May 21, 2014

[Sheetmusic → abc → MIDI → wav → mp3 → blogger]

there's a bunch of songs cited in FW that only have sheetmusic on the web. like joyce, i can't sightread sheetmusic, but by taking excruciating pains i've come up with a workaround that allows me to ear-visualize them.

step one involves abc notation, which is a simple-as-possible shorthand for the notes and rests and other symbols on the sheetmusic.

on windows, you type these into an app like AbcNavigator which lets you hear them, and also reconstructs the sheetmusic so you can doublecheck.

you then save it as MIDI, and load the MIDI into Anvil Studio, which lets you set a synthesizer voice like 'accordion' and save it as a wav.

the wav you can now load into Audacity, which can save it as an mp3.

the mp3 you upload to a custom website in Google Sites, and this you can embed in a blog page.

2 comments:

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  2. We must be particular when alluding to circle or circling, with reference to how the terms identify with music creation and execution.

    There are two sorts of circles, audio and MIDI. audio circles are genuine recorded sounds, while the MIDI circle is a progression of directions that triggers sounds from an electronic musical instrument. MIDI circles may be utilized with drum machines, console synthesizers and sound modules, and work like the activity of a player piano roll.If you love midi music then follow our channel and fanpage and stay with music.
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    our soundcloud page:https://soundcloud.com/midi5104

    our youtube channel:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YR9IFm6r0QI

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