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#401287 - 04/10/15 04:28 PM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: tassiespirit]
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Glad you enjoy it!

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#404155 - 06/29/15 05:37 PM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: Scott Langholff]
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Hi Guy`s ,

It sure has been a while , more later , but are the links you provided Scott "Mac" friendly ?

O__ btw , still love`n the Prelude !

Later smile

Gary &#63743; ???? what no command + k = apple !


Edited by jedi (06/29/15 05:38 PM)

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#404183 - 06/30/15 12:59 PM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: jedi]
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Don't know. I mentioned that to Nigel when it was posted but didn't get a reply.

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#450373 - 04/13/18 12:11 PM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: lahawk]
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HELLO it's 4-13-2018 and I just found your GREAT share of Wikopedia songs. Thank you & God Bless you for taking the time.
Regards,
Don Taylor, Jr (Vero Beach, Fl)

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#450647 - 04/18/18 06:49 PM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: dont811]
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Thank you, Don. Enjoy smile


Edited by Scott Langholff (04/18/18 06:49 PM)

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#470036 - 05/18/19 08:47 AM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: Scott Langholff]
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Hi Scott,

Musescore is a fascinating program. I have used it very little and it has been some time since I have used it. If I am correct you can download a midi file and it will print out the parts. Is this correct? If so, I have done sizable arrangements on the KN7000 keyboard. Is there a way to get these arrangements into the computer and Musescore print the parts? It sounds very involved for a program to do this. This of course if it is possible.

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#470430 - 05/25/19 08:59 PM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: kitkat]
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Originally Posted By kitkat
Hi Scott,

Musescore is a fascinating program. I have used it very little and it has been some time since I have used it. If I am correct you can download a midi file and it will print out the parts. Is this correct? If so, I have done sizable arrangements on the KN7000 keyboard. Is there a way to get these arrangements into the computer and Musescore print the parts? It sounds very involved for a program to do this. This of course if it is possible.


Yes, Musescore will not only print out the parts from a midi file it will also play them on your computer. I move midi files from my keyboard to the computer using a usb thumb drive. I don't know if the KN7000 had usb. If not, you will have to look in your manual or check on the Technics discussion to see how to transfer files to computer. It may be that you use an SD card to transfer.

Once the file is on your computer just open the file.

Hope that helps.

Scott

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#470448 - 05/26/19 07:34 PM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: Scott Langholff]
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Thanks, Scott.

WOW! What a program! I have a great set-up with my KN7000. I transfer everything to a BR-900CD, which is a digital 64 track recorder. It has a built-in CD burner. I can take the burned CD and put it in my computer and file it. I am assuming that will create a midi file--right? If so, I will have to figure out how to use Musescore to print out the parts. Thanks, again.

Mark

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#470449 - 05/26/19 09:15 PM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: kitkat]
Scott Langholff Offline
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Originally Posted By kitkat
Thanks, Scott.

WOW! What a program! I have a great set-up with my KN7000. I transfer everything to a BR-900CD, which is a digital 64 track recorder. It has a built-in CD burner. I can take the burned CD and put it in my computer and file it. I am assuming that will create a midi file--right? If so, I will have to figure out how to use Musescore to print out the parts. Thanks, again.

Mark


Since I am not that familiar with the KN7000 I think it a good idea to go to the Technics Discussion here and find out how to create, find and transfer a midi file. Then go to File on the upper left
on Musescore and open the file. Once it's up go to File and then print.

If the data you are trying to work with on your keyboard is anything but a midi file then you can not convert that. You can't convert a wav, mp3 file for example to midi. It must be recorded in midi on your keyboard.

Hope this helps.

Scott

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#470451 - 05/27/19 07:52 AM Re: Download for Wikifonia all 6,675 Lead Sheets! [Re: Scott Langholff]
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Scott, thanks but........ :(( :(( :((

I have created all original arranging on the KN7000. It is not a form of midi. I will check out the Technics forum but it is such a dead forum today. Hardly anyone posts. From what you have said I doubt I can do it. Very odd though. I know nothing about midi because I don't use other people's ideas but it seems that midi is a recorded file and since I have done the arrangement recorded, it seems that I could file it like a midi. As you suggested, I will contact the Technics forum.

Thanks, again -

Mark

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