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  • Darren
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    Joined: Dec 29th, 2007, 06:19
    Re: Importing general Midi
    Hi Guys, thanks for all the responses. I have tried all, and done a little tinkering of my own. First, yes this is a complete arrangement I'm talking about. Of all the things I tried, the simplest was to open a blank project and drag the midi file to an empty space (no track) on the arrange page. This seems to give me the closest result, although a bit of tinkering is still needed. Incidentally for those wanting to learn more about arrangement doing this with a midi file is a great way to go. It is worth going to a reputable site and paying a couple of dollars for the file, because the free ones are often incomplete or poorly made. Also I think that once again the original artist deserves a piece of the pie. Thanks again Darren.
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  • Rounik Admin
    Posts: 8713
    Joined: Dec 16th, 2006, 08:13
    Re: Importing general Midi
    Thanks guys, I rarely work with GM MIDI files... so this thread has thrown up something new for me to explore a bit more. Cheers :) Rounik
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  • Zihymua
    Posts: 206
    Joined: Oct 30th, 2007, 04:46
    Re: Importing general Midi
    HiHi you will have fun Tried this, open a GMidi file a good one with an intensive Drum region, delete all track instruments except the region with midi signal and assigned Ultrabeat and check with the preset there some work really good and other one not at all PS you are able to change drum sound assignment in Ultrabeat Let us know about your discovery and new possibility
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