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Title: Use Audacity To Convert Midi File To Wav

Published: October 05, 2013

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Download Use Audacity To Convert Midi File To Wav. - title: Use Audacity To Convert Midi File To Wav, published: October 05, 2013, user: videosvibes, duration: 01:53, detail: MIDI stands for "musical instrument digital interface". Midi is a small-sized data file which stores written music and how to play notes. Musicians often compose music on keyboard instruments using.

MIDI stands for "musical instrument digital interface".

Midi is a small-sized data file which stores written music and how to play notes.
Musicians often compose music on keyboard instruments using proprietary MIDI software.

Wav is an audio file that stores a digital audio waveform. Many audio professionals prefer the WAV format because of its uncompressed high-quality reproduction of sound. Wav file uses thousands of samples to record the full sound of the notes actually being played.

Audacity is a free and powerful audio editor. Audacity can open a midi file but cannot play it. However, it can record any sound you play on your computer's sound system.

Here are seven easy steps to convert a midi file to wav with Audacity. All you have to do is play a midi file on your computer's default player such as Windows Media Player.
As it plays, record the sound with Audacity. You can edit and enhance your new recording with Audacity's Effects filters. Export and save it as a wav file.


1 Open Audacity. It opens for you to create a new project.
2 Check Audacity's Device Toolbar window to ensure your sound system is connected.
3 Click Audacity's red "Record" button to begin recording.
4 Open your MIDI file, double click it to play in Windows Media Player.
(As your MIDI file plays, you will see a digital waveform appear in Audacity's main window.)
5 Click Audacity's brown "STOP" button when your MIDI file ends.
6 Use Audacity's Effects to edit and enhance your new recording.
7 Click "File" and then "Export" as WAV. Save you file.

Many midi files are copyrighted..respect the intellectual rights of others.