This may be a longshot but..

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Jun 23, 2010

This may be a longshot but.. by NeSchn at 1:09 AM (1,028 Views / 0 Likes) 11 replies

  1. NeSchn
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    Do any of you guys know of a Synth Program? Like one that shows you a keyboard and you can play the keys and it will make sound that you can record? I have been looking for the past few hours and I found one but you need a MIDI keyboard to play it (even though it allows me to click on the keys >_>)

    It would really help me out!
     
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    Thats the site I went too >_< I'll check around some more lol
     
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    You might try searching for a tracker.
     
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    You could use KORG DS-10 [​IMG] But I think you said you don't have a DS anymore [​IMG]
     
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    I would probably be better if he could record the sounds directly from the hardware, and export as maybe a .wav or .mp3. I don't think Korg allows that?
     
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    I exported my music using a stereo cable and a microphone jack.
     
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    Just use the normal software but instead of a real midi device, use a virtual one.
    Try out "Bome's Mouse Keyboard" (you can press keys on your computer keyboard too!)
     
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    Beastin! I'll check it out!
     
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    No, I meant attaching a stereo cable to the headphone jack on your DS, and the other end to your PC. Use a program like Audacity to record the music while it's playing.
     
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    Couldn't you emulate Korg? Then record it with something like Audacity
     

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