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Choosing and Using Audio and Music Software by Mike Collins

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Appendices

1 Transferring Projects Between Applications

There are two ways to transfer projects between MIDI + Audio applications – the hard way and the easy way! Which way you will be able to use will depend on which software versions you are using. With older versions, earlier than, say, the summer of 2003, it is much more likely that the only way is the hard way. Thankfully, with most of the latest software as of July 2003, you can do it the easy way.

The hard way: using a MIDI file and separate audio files

Transferring projects from one MIDI + Audio workstation to another can be a tedious business. Nevertheless, with a few tips and hints to help you through, it can go quite smoothly.

The MIDI file format makes a reasonable job of transferring ...

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