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Old July 9th, 2012, 04:39 PM
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How to Create/Save a MP3 in a Different Key

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I have a Hoster KMA file that I want to be able to save as a MP3 file in a key that is not the same as the original recording. (Can KHPro or MicroStudio help?)


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Old July 9th, 2012, 06:08 PM
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Need More Expert Help!

I have a Hoster KMA file that I want to be able to save as a MP3 file in a key that is not the same as the original recording. (Can KHPro or MicroStudio help?)


Any and all help greatly appreciated!
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I do it with microstudio all the time.
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Old July 9th, 2012, 06:57 PM
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Re: How to Create/Save a MP3 in a Different Key

Bryant,
From what I see on the Microstudio screen, it appears that you can only change the key during the "play" function as is states that the digital effects are only in affect during the play mode (i.e., "modifies play only" is how it is described).

Can you be a little more informative?

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Old July 10th, 2012, 08:59 AM
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Re: How to Create/Save a MP3 in a Different Key

Need More Expert Help!

I have a Hoster KMA file that I want to be able to save as a MP3 file in a key that is not the same as the original recording. (Can KHPro or MicroStudio help?)


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Old July 10th, 2012, 04:05 PM
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Re: How to Create/Save a MP3 in a Different Key

I'm not an expert but if all you want to do is save the Kma in a different key using Microstudio it will save it in a .wav format, you will then have to convert that to MP3, if you load a KMA in the list in the left panel then select it and move it to the right panel, select the key you want then play it. Don't press the record button, that's to record the microphone input. Let it play right through then you can press stop as soon as the music finishes. You should now see the Save as button highlight, click that and save the file. Take note of the browse window so you now where to find it As soon as it's saved it will appear below the one you just played so that you can play and see how that is. If your happy with it open the folder where you saved it. The wav file can then be converted using songvertor or another software.
What you can't do is save the lyric file. I think thats what they mean by Modifies play only.
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Old July 10th, 2012, 04:15 PM
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Thanks Roy!

I will give that a try. Appreciate your advice/help ever so much.

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I'm not an expert but if all you want to do is save the Kma in a different key using Microstudio it will save it in a .wav format, you will then have to convert that to MP3, if you load a KMA in the list in the left panel then select it and move it to the right panel, select the key you want then play it. Don't press the record button, that's to record the microphone input. Let it play right through then you can press stop as soon as the music finishes. You should now see the Save as button highlight, click that and save the file. Take note of the browse window so you now where to find it As soon as it's saved it will appear below the one you just played so that you can play and see how that is. If your happy with it open the folder where you saved it. The wav file can then be converted using songvertor or another software.
What you can't do is save the lyric file. I think thats what they mean by Modifies play only.
Hope this helps
Thanks Roy, I also just private messaged Gwen explaining just that and a few other ways of doing it that worked quite well using Songverter and Microstudio.
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Old July 10th, 2012, 04:36 PM
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Bryant,
Thanks for your support, as well.
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