2 replies, 2 voices Last updated by Karl S. 2 years, 10 months ago
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    • #49706

      Karl S.
      Participant
      @268124

      I am the song director at a small church. I use canned piano music for my hymns. I am limited on a lot of hymns because my vocal range can’t reach either the high notes or the low notes depending on a particular song. Is there music editing software where I can change the key without changing the tempo. I currently have all my songs on CD and can load them onto a windows laptop with no problem. These are purchased discs and they have an open license for churches.

      As a follow-up, I want to take the edited songs and keep them digitally to play them through some type of player through my mixing board. I don’t really have any desire in burning them back onto a CD to play them. That is so ooooollllldddd technology. Got a player to recommend? All I currently have is a dual disc CD/CD-R player/recorder.

    • #49710

      TeamKomandoJeremy
      Keymaster
      @fakejeremy

      Karl, are these canned music file an actual audio file, or are they midi? Programs like melodyne and autotune can do this with one instrument at a time, if your canned music is just the piano. A midi file could be transposed to another key in any midi editor.

      As for the digital versions playback you could use a laptop or desktop, or a standalone MP3 player.

      Let us know if we can help you with anything else!

    • #49742

      Karl S.
      Participant
      @268124

      It is not a midi. Just an audio file you would get if you bought a CD with Bon Jovi, or Travis Tritt, or the Bee Gees, etc. It’s just piano though.

      Would I need to convert it? I’m willing to fuss with this. Would the two programs you mentioned fit the bill?

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