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Re: Larry - it's about MUSIC.
convert wav. to mp3 would result in smaller filesize to d/load/stream.
On Feb 17, 2005, at 15:13, Larry Cooperman wrote:
> On Feb 17, 2005, at 5:46 AM, Jeff Evans wrote:
>> Correct me if I'm wrong, but if you've used Finale for all this
>> composing, couldn't you post midi files of all these compositions
>> somewhere for us enjoy? If you like, I'll offer up a portion of my
>> server for you to use for free.
> I can post myself. Thanks for the offer. Yes Finale has MIDI. There
> is a problem with some though as to layers. If I have an accidental
> in one layer and the next layer uses the same note which carries the
> accidental in the previous layer, in the same measure, then by music
> nomenclature I don't have to repeat the accidental but the note plays
> wrong. My music is full of that kind of stuff. So if I post MIDI I
> will have clashing accidentals. Maybe some don't have this problem
> and I'll start weeding them out.
> I also found out last night that I can post in wav. format. Do most
> people have the ability to hear that?
>> Midi files are quite small. You could convey your music to many, if
>> not the vast majority, of the members of this list with nothing more
>> than a midi file, and a small piece of direction to indicate your
>> preferred instrument type(s). No, you won't have complete control of
>> the final piece, but it's all about the composition, right?
>> That's my offer. I'll host your midi files free of charge. If you
>> discover some audio, I'll host that as well. At this point, it will
>> require some bravery on your part, but what the hell.
> Bravery? How could this possibly scare me? It's just the time. I've
> got a business and family life. A little at a time.
> Larry Cooperman
> New Millennium Guitar