Free MIDI to WAV online converters and freeware software for MIDI to MP3 conversion.
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Tutorial in changing tempo without changing pitch in Audacity and Slow MP3.
You can easily convert guitar tabs to MIDI by using open source software TuxGuitar. It can open Guitar Pro, PowerTab and TablEdit files.
Open source software for guitar tabs editing and playing, importing and editing MIDI files, opening GuitarPro files, exporting to MIDI and Lilyond files.
If you want to make MIDI drum pattern for your riff in Cubase (or in some similar digital audio software) and to hear how it is sounding together (riff + drum pattern), then you should read the this quick guide.
Quick guide in converting MIDI files to sheet music files by using freeware software.
Many programs for sheet music editing have no option to save a file in PDF format. Usually, they can save a file in some often-unpopular format, and that file can not be opened in other programs. It can complicate your job if you want to use a file on another computer that doesn’t contain the same program.
Tutorial in reading music scores.
To be able to record your riffs, you need to know how to record them. First thing to do is recording set up and after that you’re ready for some recording.
The best way to learn and remember music theory is to write it down. E.g. all the scales you should write on the paper. If you have no notebook, you can use this great website.