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Re: Exporting Sound

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  • Subject: [mg83999] Re: Exporting Sound
  • From: Helen Read <hpr at together.net>
  • Date: Thu, 6 Dec 2007 03:11:32 -0500 (EST)
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  • Reply-to: HPR <read at math.uvm.edu>

I wrote:

> Thanks to everyone who suggested exporting [sounds generated by
> SoundNote] to .mid. Unfortunately, though, this doesn't compltely
> help. The sounds I'm working with are a combination of sounds
> generated from SoundNote and sounds imported from .wav files.
> EmitSound doesn't have any trouble with these combined sounds, but it
> seems impossible to export them.
> 
> What I finally ended up doing was to play my sounds with EmitSound in
> Mathematica, and record them on a handheld digital audio recorder (which
> I have anyway, for purposes of recording the various music groups that I
> play in), then upload from my audio recorder to my computer, and save it
> as one big happy .wav or .mp3. 

OK, I just found a somewhat better way to do this. The audio editing 
software that I use in conjunction with my audio recorder, Acoustica, 
doesn't support midi, at least not directly. However, it can record 
directly off the computer's sound card. So, I started it recording, 
played my sounds (combining SoundNote / midi with WAV) with EmitSound 
from within Mathematica, and voila, I have a sound I can save from 
Acoustica as a .wav or .mp3 or .au.

Still:

> I'd be happier if I had a direct way to convert from SoundNote / midi
> into .wav (or other non-midi format) from within Mathematica.

-- 
Helen Read
University of Vermont


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