#1
Just wondering if there's any way to turn a tux guitar file into an mp3? Thanks.
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#2
Not that I know of. You could try using Audacity, recording the internal sound whilst playing the tuxguitar file.
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#3
Not that I know of. I'm pretty familiar with tux guitar. Why would you want to do that? The file is more than just audio.
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#4
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Not that I know of. I'm pretty familiar with tux guitar. Why would you want to do that? The file is more than just audio.

Been composing a piece on it and really liked it so want to get the audio to listen to.
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#5
the best way is to export as a MIDI file, and then you can load into a DAW that supports MIDI and export from there as an MP3, or you can search for a website that converts MIDI directly to MP3. here is a link to the site i use to do that: http://www.hamienet.com/midi2mp3
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the best way is to export as a MIDI file, and then you can load into a DAW that supports MIDI and export from there as an MP3, or you can search for a website that converts MIDI directly to MP3. here is a link to the site i use to do that: http://www.hamienet.com/midi2mp3

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Not that I know of. You could try using Audacity, recording the internal sound whilst playing the tuxguitar file.

I'd say this is the way to go, done it myself.
#8
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the best way is to export as a MIDI file, and then you can load into a DAW that supports MIDI and export from there as an MP3, or you can search for a website that converts MIDI directly to MP3. here is a link to the site i use to do that: http://www.hamienet.com/midi2mp3

Cheers, will give this a go. If that doesn't work will try the audacity way.
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#9
Turns out I could transfer the midi file striaght to iTunes. But thanks for the suggestions. Much appreciated.
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#10
^ whell that was an easy fix.
ANYWAY! any tips for a complete novice?? im in a band and use it to write my drum tabs (dont ask why, i just do). any tips??
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