#1
So I'm thinking of doing a full band cover. I play bass, guitar and I sing, but I don't play drums. I like the idea of using the guitarpro drums tracks. However, I use audacity to record, so I need to convert these drums to an audio file- mp3 or wav as those are what audacity accepts. What program or whatever can I use to do this?

Thanks in advance,

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#3
Audacity or itunes.
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#4
I have no idea, but thats actually a good thing, cause those drums suck. You can program your own drumtracks, its not that hard, you just gotta get a hang of it. Theres a section dedicated to exactly that in Riffs&Recordings i think. Check around.
I personaly use Fruity Loops Studio with the EZ drummer plugin, and its real easy.
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#5
I use Ableton Live in combination with EZDrummer DFH. I just load the midi into ableton, and he converts the Midi file to real sounding drums with DFH. It sounds pretty good too.

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#6
Way to not answer his question guys <_<

You need to export the midi form gp then find a midi sequencer, some nice samples etc.
It's not a simple job.

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#7
Quote by Ed Hunter
Audacity or itunes.


Sorry to be a dumbass, but can you elaborate?

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#8
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Sorry to be a dumbass, but can you elaborate?

No, he can't.
His post makes no sense
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#9
Or just put a mic next to your computer speakers and record them that way, it works surprisingly well.
#10
Quote by purplegreendave
Way to not answer his question guys <_<

You need to export the midi form gp then find a midi sequencer, some nice samples etc.
It's not a simple job.

EDIT: Kinda beat to it


I did answer...

I assumed he would:
Press record in audacity
Press play in GP (for the drums)
Then afterwards, he could use LAME to encode it to MP3.

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#11
Can you use Audacity to record your computer's audio?

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#12
Yeah everyone seems to be doing the wrong thing...

If you want just drums from a Guitar Pro song/file, solo it (or mute all other tracks) and go File > Export > MP3 or WAVE
#14
Use the A-hole!

Set Audacity to record your computer's audio out and hit play on the drum track. However, just make sure you don't have MSN making noises or anything cos theyll get picked up
#15
OK thanks guys.

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#17
Drumsite is pretty good for drums.
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#18
You do know that GP is incapable of doing complex drumparts without lagging? Even though it's just a little, a good listener will easily hear it.
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