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Date
11/24/2010
File Info
Song
2.4 MB
2 min 37 sec
Score
4.09 / 5.00

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Score:
Rated 4.09 / 5 stars
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Genres:
Metal, Rock - Punk
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Author Comments

This is a Midi song turned to mp3.

Question is, and I'm asking anybody that cares enough to answer:

Is there a way to turn this midi sounds to more realistic sounds, that don't sound bad?

I've asked a couple peeps, and tried it a couple times, but I always get something else, that doesn't

sound the same. Maybe it's just the plug-ins, or the process?

So I'd like to know if any of you that's gotten some success, spill the beans. I've got about 15 more

songs like this, They're nice, enjoyable. And I'd really (if possible) mix it around and have more

"Realistic" sounds.

Thanks for your time, (and patience)

E.

Reviews


RdwilsonRdwilson

Rated 3.5 / 5 stars November 24, 2010

Yes

If you have a music program like garageband or somethin like it you can use the original midi and add realistic sounds to it like check this out it was a midi i used but changed it with garageband link : http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/liste n/366660


Eblanc responds:

Thanks. I checked the song, I liked the arrangement. But it still sounds a bit.. Unrealistic.


cdjproductionscdjproductions

Rated 4 / 5 stars November 24, 2010

Nice composition dude...

Now, as for those cheesy instruments...
1. Get an application called SynthFont (this is free)
2. Open the MIDI file with it
3. Get some good drum and bass soundfonts (I'll send you some links in a bit)
4. Get a good clean guitar soundfont (or find a Slayer 2 vsti and use a clean lead)
5. Use the guitar soundfonts (or vsti) for your guitars and run the distortion guitars through a separate fx bus with a distortion vst fx (I'll send you some links for those too)
6. Mess with the mixing til it sounds good
7. Play to file (mp3)
8. Open in Audacity (free audio editor) to do your final editing
9. Export to mp3
Kind of instructional for a review, but it might help. PM me if you have any questions. :)


Eblanc responds:

Right on, I'm very excited. Still waiting on those links. And Uh, what kind of editing do you do in Audacity?

Thanks!!