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Author Topic: Home Concert XTreme: How do I split MIDI tracks?  (Read 532 times)

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Home Concert XTreme: How do I split MIDI tracks?
« on: April 30, 2016, 05:03:04 PM »

So I'm trying to play songs submitted on the site like K.K. Disco and Gerudo Valley. I can play both hands separately, but I can't put them together because I'm terrible at rhythm. I decided to download this sight-reading software (Home Concert) to help with since it's well reviewed and there was a 50% sale going on.

However, when I load a MIDI file, all the notes are just mashed up into one staff. It's probably because there's only one channel in the file. It seems the TimeWarp had a Keyboard Split Utility in the past that could resolve this, but they removed it.

This is incredibly frustrating; I've been trying out different software to try and split the MIDI channels into two. I tried using Reaper, but that's just a whole mess since I'm having more and more issues the more I delve into it.

Anybody know of a free software that can easily edit MIDIs?
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Re: Home Concert XTreme: How do I split MIDI tracks?
« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2016, 08:53:48 PM »

Musescore is your friend, and it's free. Or Notepad, though not as many functions.
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Re: Home Concert XTreme: How do I split MIDI tracks?
« Reply #2 on: May 09, 2016, 04:26:04 PM »

This is incredibly frustrating; I've been trying out different software to try and split the MIDI channels into two. I tried using Reaper, but that's just a whole mess since I'm having more and more issues the more I delve into it.
I believe Notepad can help with this, but it will probably still require some manual fixing after, as I doubt you'll get a good result (It will save a ton of time though).
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