Changing audio from analog to digital.

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  1. Drizm

    Drizm Active Member

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    I would like to know how I would take an analog recording of an instrument that has been recorded into protools and change the sound using Reason.
     
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    Boswell Moderator Distinguished Member

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    Where does the analog come in? If the sound of your instrument has been captured by a program like Protools, it's already digital. Export it from PT as a .wav file and read it using Reason and it's still digital. You get PT or Reason to play it to you on speakers or headphones via digital-to-analog converters, but the file is still digital.
     
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    RE. And how would I change the sound in Reason? and thank you for the input.
     
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    I think you have the wrong app. Reason isn't really an audio app. It's a rack of virtual instruments plus effects, with a very basic MIDI sequencer.

    Take a look at it's companion app Record.

    You can load short bits of audio, into the sampler
     
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    you need to convert the audio to MIDI. Dig around that site and you'll see what I think you're asking about.
     
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    You are exactly right , I need to change it to a midi file but how? There should be a way with out buying new software.
     
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    Google free audio to midi converter.
     

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