#1
I made a drum track on guitar pro and I was wondering if its possible to Import that into Audacity, and if so how? Sorry, I'm new to this.
#2
File, export, midi.
Open midi with Audacity.
I think that is the process.
Shawn George Noel
#3
When i open midi's with audacity it never works, something about project sample rate and output device
#5
Audacity can't actually open MIDI files, so you have to export as a WAV.

Bring the cursor to the beginning of the drum track, and mute the other tracks. I would suggest using RSE if you have it, because it will sound better. Then File>Export>WAV. Set the capture to Rec. Playback. GP5 will prompt you to press play, then automatically stop when the track is finished.

Hope that helps.

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#6
If that doesn't work, just mic the beat into audacity.
Or just play it, if you drum, and have a set.
Shawn George Noel
#7
yeah, thats about it i think. if you're only doing a drum track, the midi drums are actually alright, so it shouldnt do your head in too much to not have the RSE there.
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#8
or not. shows how much i know about audacity.
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#10
nick_b, there is an edit button here?

I recommend you to try accostica beatcraft. MIDI drums really suck.
#13
Quote by GisleAune
MIDI drums really suck.

I'd advise thinking that statement over. All electronic drums are MIDI. MIDI is just information sent to a sound producer (aka synthesizer). I think what you meant to say was that the Microsoft GS Wavetable Synth sucks, as that is the default synth and yes it does sound bad. RSE is a better synth for GP5, without it, the default is used.
Even the best drum programs/plugins use MIDI. For example, EZDrummer takes a MIDI input and synthesizes it.
I recommend Hydrogen. It's easy to use, can export right to wav, and it's free.
#15
If you use ARwizard, you can record all the parts WITH the RSE (realistic sound engine). That way you dont have to make it a MIDI, it will be an MP3 and have all the great sound effects.
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When i open midi's with audacity it never works, something about project sample rate and output device


you have to export as wave, and not midi. them it may work
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