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From where I can get the short Piano Musical Notes of duration not more than 1-2 secs. I tried many sites but not able to find one. I need mp3 or raw or wav format. I am making a digital electric piano.

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  • Why not record your own? – Carl Witthoft Apr 10 '17 at 11:47
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There are many free piano 'apps'. Here's one:

http://virtualpiano.net/

The default note length seems to be exactly what you're asking for, about 2 sec. If you can't record directly into a wav editor on your computer, record to an external device, playing each note in turn. Chop the recording into individual notes, and off you go! The fun part will be the looping...

  • Depending on what OP means by "making a digital piano" this may not be the best ideal legally. Just tinkering at home wouldn't matter, but if this is something that will be distributed, it's almost certainly against the terms of service (IP theft). For instance with most virtual instruments and sample libraries you're allowed to use their sounds to make your own music but not to create your own derivative sample library, etc. – user37496 Apr 10 '17 at 20:04
  • Yeah, but what the heck? He's re-inventing the wheel. No-one's going to care. – Laurence Payne Apr 10 '17 at 22:02

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