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Separate tone of the song from a midi

Posted on 2004-09-01
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I need to get the tone of a song by separating it from a midi. In a midi there are bases and all the things nor.Therefore, i need toseparate the tone from it. if anybody knows how to do it,please let me know. Thanks,
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Get Cubase, Cubasis or other midi editor. You can buy this or download demo versions.
Once you have done this open the midi file, and find the track you need.
You can then copy it and paste it into a new midi file.

Hope that solves your problame!

Chris
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You may use a simple midi editor; Cubase is a wonder but it is HEAVY...

Heres a link to a great software may allow you to achieve such a task:
1. http://www.webattack.com/get/karaoke.html
2. http://www.webattack.com/get/midinightexpress.html

On both of them you have the option to disable the 'Singing' tone...

Cyber
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by:Neuroelectronic
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Once You get a midi editing program such as http://www.anvilstudio.com/upgraden.htm (free)

You can take out the track with the melody on it or change the Instrament.  You can easily select the Bass and the Trebble tracks and delete them or copy the melody to a seperate MIDI.

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I think our answerers are still valid!
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Agree...

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Agree.............
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