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#2134194 - 08/17/13 05:14 AM Record piano through midi in midi file  
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Hi, I would like to record my piano with computer through midi and save it in midi file becasue later I want to put it in synthesia. Can you recommend me some programs which can od it and have nice piano sound?

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#2134275 - 08/17/13 09:49 AM Re: Record piano through midi in midi file [Re: Swisti]  
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Swisti - Welcome to Piano World!

May I suggest that you post this question in the Digital Forum? This forum is focused on the mechanics of acoustic piano technology, rather than recordings or digital technology.


Marty in Minnesota

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#2134281 - 08/17/13 09:55 AM Re: Record piano through midi in midi file [Re: Swisti]  
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Hello,
I like synthogy ivory the best,especially the Steinway,its good for quiet playing.
I've got east west pianos too,but don't like it much.

#2134289 - 08/17/13 10:10 AM Re: Record piano through midi in midi file [Re: Minnesota Marty]  
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Originally Posted by Minnesota Marty
Swisti - Welcome to Piano World!

May I suggest that you post this question in the Digital Forum? This forum is focused on the mechanics of acoustic piano technology, rather than recordings or digital technology.



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#2134711 - 08/18/13 07:45 AM Re: Record piano through midi in midi file [Re: musicbased]  
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Is synhtory ivory program which can record my piano in midi file?

#2134734 - 08/18/13 09:14 AM Re: Record piano through midi in midi file [Re: Swisti]  
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No, it is a software instrument designed to work within a sequencer.
To record midi,I use Logic Pro.
Logic Pro has lots of sounds built in. The piano sounds ok, but synthogy ivory is much better.
You would need to buy both separately though.
I don't think that any of the piano sounds built in to the sequencers are that great.


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