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SergeOfArniVillage
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I have a nice piano VST and am willing to convert your midi for you for the delicious price of $0.00 dollars :thumbsup:

If you want an example of how it sounds --

http://www.box.net/shared/a99v6jcs0o (One of Woodruff's older pieces that really benefited from a make-over)

http://www.box.net/shared/kf5fl7hrp3 (MP3)

or

http://www.box.net/shared/vfdr1yos5z (MP3)

Go ahead -- give me your well-articulated midi for processing, preferably in Box links for downloading.

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Peter:

I'm using an Ivory VST -- it's a 17 GB sample. I'm pretty much in love with it :wub:

Jr Cramer:

Nope. These are things the composer must do.

However, an exception is if the original midi's articulation isn't played back correctly (either being exaggerated or under-played) on the program. I'll do my best to fix it then.

But if it's just a blank midi file with the notes, I'm not going to fix it up.

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Oh, wow, this is a really great thing you're doing here!

Here's some midis of my favorite things I've composed for Piano: Eden and the two songs that were originally going to be put in a suite with it, but got put in a different suite because they changed slightly - Senza Restizioni (originally titled Elysium) and March (originally titled Valhalla, and then Limbo when in turned into a March, and then it got put into a different suite) from my Music Theory Suite.

Eden.mid

Senza Restrizioni (Elysium).mid

March (Limbo).mid

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ChsBt0ne:

Ok! Got the midi :) Here they are when converted with my VST.

http://www.box.net/shared/xu6laoscrd (Eden MP3)

http://www.box.net/shared/nukx4m0jqq (Elysium MP3)

http://www.box.net/shared/344i4ik9xr (March [Limbo] MP3)

Hope you enjoy :happy:

They sound divine. :phones: One thing though, it sounds like there's a note that's been added on the and of beat 2 of the fifth measure (the first arpeggiated chord) of Eden. This is neither present in my .mus file nor the midi I gave you.

Otherwise, I love it, especially the fact that, in Eden, the piano almost sounds like a harp to me, because I was originally going to write it for harp, but then faced that fact that it would probably never be performed live that way (on Piano I can at least get my Music Theory teacher to play it). Also, I know nothing about writing for harp.

And, if you have the time, I'd like conversions of the other two movements of my Music Theory Suite. Sorry if I ask a lot, but except for that one tiny little mistake, the files are pretty much perfect.

Contrapunctus (A Little Bit of Counterpoint).mid

Chorale (An OK Chorale).mid

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Hi Serge,

Here's mine if you get a chance to get around to it.

Thanks!

bkho

I'm sorry, my programs don't really like this particular midi file for some reason :blink:

I find it odd that the midi file is over 40 MBs! Is there another way to make the midi file in a more ... "normal" way? They're usually much smaller.

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weird, I'll try to figure that out. Thanks for trying!

I'm sorry, my programs don't really like this particular midi file for some reason :blink:

I find it odd that the midi file is over 40 MBs! Is there another way to make the midi file in a more ... "normal" way? They're usually much smaller.

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