sending midi files via email

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rayoung
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2006/09/01 16:23:46 (permalink)

sending midi files via email

i'm working on a project with someone via email.. what do i save sonar as if i'm working in sonar 4 and i'm saving the midi files basically in a project. and then do i just email it?? thanks!
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    Susan G
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    RE: sending midi files via email 2006/09/01 16:33:18 (permalink)
    Hi robert-

    what do i save sonar as if i'm working in sonar 4 and i'm saving the midi files basically in a project.

    If you're only interested in sharing the MIDI data in your project (no audio), just save it in MIDI Format 1. Those files are typically very small and can be easily sent as e-mail attachments.

    HTH-

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    RE: sending midi files via email 2006/09/01 16:35:37 (permalink)
    Assuming you're just working in MIDI (and not audio) then if the other person has Sonar 4 (or 5) then you can save the files as normal Sonar files and email them as attachments. If the other person uses a different sequencer then save them as MIDI Type 1 (multi track) and email them.

    John

    Susan - you just beat me to it!
    post edited by Skyline_UK - 2006/09/01 16:48:47

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