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  Thursday, 08 March 2018
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Hello


I have a Kawai digital piano with midi in and out.


I want to create a midi file so that I can import it into software called MIDICULOUS.


To do what I want to do I need a midi file.


What software do I need that will allow me to play my keyboard and save what I've played as a midi file so that I can import it into MIDICULOUS?


Regards,


Mike
3 years ago
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You need a MIDI Sequencer or a Digital Audio Workstation.

Cheers
Eddie
3 years ago
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You need a MIDI Sequencer or a Digital Audio Workstation.

Cheers
Eddie
3 years ago
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Thanks Eddie. I'm new to this. Do you know of a reasonably priced brand of digital audio workstation that would do?
3 years ago
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Hello Mike,

If you want to keep things VERY simple, and FREE, there's a package called Red Dot Forever, which is small and simple. I've just downloaded it and installed in about 3 minutes.

May be TOO simple?

It is designed to let you record from your keyboard, listen to the result, and save the result when you're happy with it as a midi file. And THAT is IT. No editing, no anything. I assume you can record one channel ONLY, but I assume it'll record chords.

The (brief) notes make some suggestions regarding other software to use in conjunction.

Beyond that, I'd suggest that you need just a sequencer for now. Not a DAW, which may be too complicated. Depends on what you want to record (musically), and how much you might want to edit.

Geoff
3 years ago
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Thanks Geoff. Ill try Red Dot Forever. Starting simple sounds good to me.
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