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One alternative to the Kiss-Box is the Cinara MidiGateway that provides USB-MIDI and Ethernet RTP-MIDI interfaces with routing function. You attaches the USB connection to your linux machine just like any USB/MIDI interfaces. Then, data received on the virtual USB MIDI ports are forwarded to the opened RTP-MIDI sessions (and vice-versa) by the box. It is ...


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If the song writer works the same as Finale proper. By speedy entery from unison to octave use number 1 - 8 (key row), from second and below shift 2 - 9 . EDITION: this for Microsoft only Mac could be something else. This is a link to download a quick reference card here


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Some USB interfaces that do provide phantom power (like this) cost not much more than your phantom power source. I think the overall quality may be better than using just a phantom power source and the built-in audio interface of your computer. If it is not a computer where you want to plug in your mic, check if it does not provide phantom power on its own. ...


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These two things traditionally don't achieve the same goals; but most audio interfaces allow you to use phantom power (usually with a wall-wart adapter). One is for powering a microphone (for use live, radio, anytime a microphone is needed, etc.) and the other is for recording input from a microphone. If you get a USB audio interface you'll kill a few ...


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You are pretty certain to outgrow a 1 channel power supply since most stuff you want to plug a condenser mic into with convincing results can power it anyway. So it's more of a stopgap device. Of course, with a USB (or other) interface you also put down a wad of money for a particular quality you are then tied into. My own approach would be to get a good ...


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FL Studio is both a platform for editing external data like Audacity (or more like Ableton Live) and it has its own virtual instruments and sample libraries. (also like Ableton Live and many other packages like Apple Logic, etc.) (Source) East West Quantum Leap is a virtual instrument and sample library suite of products (with some player/articulation ...


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Try Virtual DJ 8 as a vst in FL Studio. That will help. For more info http://www.virtualdj.com/forums/5121/VirtualDJ_Plugins/_VST_BEGINNER_GUIDE_-_What_is_VST__how_to_use_etc_.html


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I think that any music notation software will do the trick of showing you the keyboard being played. Then, you can capture your screen. Particularly, you can use MuseScore that is open source.



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