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> Macbook, Midi, Soundfonts. How To Make It Alive?
machwok
post Thu 15 May 2008, 13:49
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Hi,
I'm new on this forum and totaly new with Macks. I've bought my first one yesterday and I have, of course, hundrends questions. Now, the most important is, how to use it to create midi files.
Some years ago I made some music on PC (SoundBlaster) by using Cakewalk and Vienna to create my own soundfonts banks. I just put them to RAM and used them in Cakewalk. I just treated it as a midi sequencer. My question is if it's possible to do the same with sound card that is inside Macbook. If not, I don't have any more question. If so, what programs should I use?
Thanks for any answers.
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Krzysiek
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gdoubleyou
post Thu 15 May 2008, 16:39
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You can use Garage Band to sequence with, it comes with built-in software synths, and can also use plugins in the Audio Unit format.

There are various samplers that can import Soundfonts, you can search this site for some.

But I would start with Garage Band it contains simplified versions of the instruments found in Logic Pro.

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machwok
post Fri 16 May 2008, 07:10
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Thanks. I'll try it today.
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