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Question: How do I set the Note Range for MIDI?

Hello


I'm doing some specialized editing in MIDI and I'm not sure if Garage Band is what I need. Anyway I need the final song to be MIDI 0.


I need to set a note range and lowest Note. (Anvil on PC is good for this.)


Example:

MIDI Notes- Lowest note F 4 (midi 53)

Number of notes in window (36)

Number of notes to scroll (36)


Specifically working in Piano Roll View (editor).


Can anyone help?

Thanks

Allen

iMac with Retina 5K display, macOS Sierra (10.12.1), iPad Air 2 w/sim card.(2016)

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I'm doing some specialized editing in MIDI and I'm not sure if Garage Band is what I need. Anyway I need the final song to be MIDI 0.

GarageBand cannot export a song as a midi file. It can only bounce the song as an audio file, if that is what you want to. Logic Pro X can export midi, but GarageBand cannot, if that is what you are trying to do.


In GarageBand the note range is set automatically to match the notes the selected instrument of the patch can play. Pick an instrument that has the range of notes you are wanting to use.

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Nov 17, 2017 4:26 AM in response to léonie In response to léonie

Hi


So I cannot save a MIDI in Garage Band? These MIDI-0 files have to go onto a SD card


Okay thanks.


I'm looking at Logic Pro X. Can't afford and have no use for the full version. I have an old HP here with XP Pro I can put Anvil Studio on but I'd prefer to use my Mac.


Allen

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Nov 17, 2017 4:19 AM in response to allenz In response to allenz

I'm doing some specialized editing in MIDI and I'm not sure if Garage Band is what I need. Anyway I need the final song to be MIDI 0.

GarageBand cannot export a song as a midi file. It can only bounce the song as an audio file, if that is what you want to. Logic Pro X can export midi, but GarageBand cannot, if that is what you are trying to do.


In GarageBand the note range is set automatically to match the notes the selected instrument of the patch can play. Pick an instrument that has the range of notes you are wanting to use.

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Nov 17, 2017 4:26 AM in response to léonie In response to léonie

Hi


So I cannot save a MIDI in Garage Band? These MIDI-0 files have to go onto a SD card


Okay thanks.


I'm looking at Logic Pro X. Can't afford and have no use for the full version. I have an old HP here with XP Pro I can put Anvil Studio on but I'd prefer to use my Mac.


Allen

Nov 17, 2017 4:26 AM

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Nov 17, 2017 4:50 PM in response to léonie In response to léonie

Aria is a nice program (app) I had it. Contacted the developer with some questions and he said Aira will NOT deal with MIDI-0 as well as some of the other questions I asked. So had to Zap it. (app zpper)


Waiting for a reply from Logic Pro X but honestly I'll just have to be happy with anvil Studio on my old HP (XP Pro)

Allen

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