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Jande Mudcat MIDI Guide (53* d) RE: Mudcat MIDI Guide 25 Jul 01

I have a copy of AKoff's Music Composer. I have a wave file of James whistling one of his tunes.It did a really good job of translating it to midi, even the warbles.

I really dislike programs that are not fully functional. I would prefer they be fully functional and cut off completely after the trial date is up. Or at least give us a choice.

this one does not allow you to save the midi files you create with it. But it does store the file in the Windows Temp directory, so If you really need that midi file badly, you can check the time that you made it and change the file name from "~(bunch-o-letters).tmp" to "(yourname).mid" Not for the faint of heart, though.

Now that I have had a chance to see how it well saves the files and to reload the file into Cakewalk and use my soundfonts on it, I will be purchasing the program in the near future (as soon as I finish making, and sell, a few CDs) :`)

It would be nice to get others' opinions on this product.


~ Jande

~ Jande

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