transferring MIDI to CD

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transferring MIDI to CD

Postby kman » Fri Aug 01, 2003 12:40 am

I have Cakewalk Music Creator 2003. Can I transfer the MIDIs I create to a CD I can play on my home/car CD player? If so, how?

Thanks in advance,

The K-Man

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Postby Brian D » Fri Aug 01, 2003 4:37 am

You must first transfer the MIDI to AUDIO. To do this, connect you Speaker Out to you Line In. Arm a Audio Track and start the record process. The results will now be an Audio version of your MIDI.

Export the Audio to a .WAV file. You will need a program like CDMaster 32 or other like software to convert the .WAV to .MP3 or .CDA file. Then you will be able to listen to it in your CD player.

I am not very familiar with Music Creator 2003 and you might not be able to do all of what I just said. But you should still be able to play your MIDI file back into your computer and maybe use Windows Sound Recorder to make a .WAV file.

I have a small Behringer MX602A mixer which I use to monitor my audio recording so I don't over drive or under drive the levels.

Good luck
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