[fruityloops] Re: Exporting tracks from Fruity...

  • From: "P. Diddy Records" <p_diddy_records@xxxxxxxxx>
  • To: fruityloops@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Sun, 28 Jul 2002 12:49:46 -0700 (PDT)

About converting MIDI to WAV... I've actually found
out that good old Winamp (Yes, Winamp) can do the
converting for you! So I've been keeping myself busy
for these past couple hours...

I think People Sound (http://www.peoplesound.com) has
recently become part of the Vitaminic group
(http://www.vitaminic.co.uk)... Am I right? Because
I'm signed up with Vitaminic.

You can listen to a few of my tracks here:

Please let me know what you think. I made those tracks
a few years back, and they're not all that, but hey.
I'll be uploading some newer ones soon :)

--- AndyEbling <andyebling@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > 1: What is the best, most popular music
> distributing
> > website on the net? I'm already signed up to
> > www.vitaminic.co.uk, but I want a few more places.
> If you are just starting out and want a place to get
> yourself heard, get
> some feedback and publicity, http://www.sectionz.net
> is the place to go.  If
> you want to join the crowds at mp3.com, go ahead,
> but it takes ages to get
> your songs approved (and therefore available for
> download) unless you shell
> out for a premium artist program.  Don't expect to
> make any money, sell any
> CDs or get heard much.  You'll be surrounded by too
> much rubbish that people
> won't be able to see the wood from the trees.
> If you think you are a cut above the rest, try
> http://www.peoplesound.com.
> They carefully vet artists, so if you managed to get
> on there, you have a
> good chance of getting signed at some stage in the
> future as they actively
> promote your stuff with real record companies.
> Somewhere in between is ampcast, but I've not found
> their connectivity to be
> very reliable and I've heard about them not coughing
> up for pay-per-download
> programs.
> > 2: When using Fruityloops, how can I export tracks
> > that were made in MIDI to either WAV or MP3? If
> I'll
> > need something other than Fruity, please let me
> know.
> You could possibly use fruityloops in this way using
> the sound font player
> along with a General MIDI soundfont.  It would be a
> lot of work and not much
> fun.  You'd be better off using a MIDI to WAV
> program.  I think "Making
> Waves" can do this but I have never used it.
> hope that helps,
> Andy

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