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    Changing music file type

    I have some music I would like to add as a background on my website but ALL of my music files are WMA is it possible to change it to WAV or MIDI for instance?
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    Re: Changing music file type

    It is not possible to convert anything to Midi, not to my knowledge.
    Midi is composed music with very crappy sound.
    You can, however, convert to wav.

    http://www.dbpoweramp.com/

    The best free music converter out there.

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    Re: Changing music file type

    Grumble Grumble Grumble

    MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) isn't always crappy. MIDI files don't contained the actual music data, they contain the information on how to play musical instruments to recreate the Music. The quality of the Music generated is dependent on the quality of the instrument that plays it. Most of the TV background music out of Hollywood is MIDI generated. In the Disney movie 'Who Framed Roger Rabbit' the dueling piano scene between Daffy and Donold Duck was filmed using MIDI controlled pianos
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    Re: Changing music file type

    You could use a program to burn them to a CD then you could rip the CD using Windows Media Player 10 to rip them as .MP3s. If that is what you are lookin for.


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    Re: Changing music file type

    Quote Originally Posted by fatsobob
    It is not possible to convert anything to Midi, not to my knowledge.
    Midi is composed music with very crappy sound.
    You can, however, convert to wav.

    http://www.dbpoweramp.com/

    The best free music converter out there.
    I agree, it is the best converter out there, I converted my entire library to mp3 from WMA, but sadly DBpowerAMP isn't free anymore, they make you pay for the mp3 LAME codec after a trial period, although, there are cracks out there if you know where to look, or if you can find an older version (9 and below I think are the full free versions.)

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