Tux Guitar


Subject MIDI to MP3/WAV/OGG converter

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Sir Morgan
Post: Aug 2nd 2009 at 1:41 AM

Hi, before I begin, I'd just like to say thank you so much for creating TuxGuitar, it's great!

Now, on to suggestive suggestions. Lol.

How about exporting tracks/songs as MP3 files? Or Ogg?
Also, is there any way to use the Real Sound Engine thing (something like that) of Guitar Pro 5 with TuxGuitar?

MIDI is great (especially when it comes to size) but for some reason the drum quality (and sound quality) reduces drastically when played on a phone.

Perhaps I'm doing something wrong, but any help would be appreciated greatly.

Keep up the great work, guys!

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Post: Sep 14th 2009 at 9:43 AM

Previously I used free services on the internet as an alternative to freeware programs to convert MIDI to MP3. I liked one of them in particular, solmire.com. But quantity of midis was constantly growing and it became awkward to upload and download files every time when I wanted to convert them. It also ate much traffic. Then I found a program (http://www.maniactools.com/soft/midi_converter/index.shtml) that could convert many midi files in a short time. Now I use it constantly :). There is even a tutorial: How do I convert MIDI to MP3 (http://www.mymusictools.com/articles/video-how-to-convert-midi-to-mp3.htm).

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Post: Oct 9th 2009 at 7:31 PM

timidity makes that.

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Post: Mar 28th 2010 at 7:01 PM

How do you turn the TG file into an MP3?

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Post: May 24th 2010 at 6:52 AM

Hi.. :) I suggest you use this http://www.oggconvert.com/ its free and you dont have to download any software. :)

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Post: Aug 16th 2010 at 1:17 AM

I use MelodyCan to convert MP3 WAV WMA OGG to another format) It can already convert a lot of formats ) You can try it)) Easy and fast converter)

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Post: Aug 17th 2010 at 6:07 PM

is there a way to convert the midi file with a soundbank? i use music_theory_2 and i want my tracks this soudnbank to be "recorded". i tried No.23 recorder to catch the output signal but unfortunately there are some heavy latencies due to the soundbank.

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Marco Diego Aurélio Mesquita
Post: Aug 18th 2010 at 10:27 PM

Using JACK[1] you can connect the output of any program to the input of any other. It is the simplest way to do it.

[1] http://jackaudio.org/

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