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Using Finale Printmusic I get no sound in playback. Using Vista.

My sound system is working. I am wondering if the problem is in my MIDI setttings the manual has not been helpful. Thanks for any advice.

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  • Anonymous Mar 09, 2009

    'error initializing pitch recognition' <-- error message pops up every now and again. can hit play on program, the timeline moves across but no audio

  • Anonymous May 04, 2009

    I have the same problem.
    When I'm adding notes no sound from them appears and neither does it during playback. This started when I installed Audacity 1.3.7. Is there a connection?
    I'm using Windows XP and Finale.


    // Regards

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I solved this in finale 2009 by going to MIDI/Audio->Device Setup->Audio Setup and changing the Audio Driver making sure that there was an audio output

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I've changed computers and want to install my old printmusic 2000 program on it. But I don't have the serial No. In order to begin to use it. can I override this blank in order to use the program?


If you are comfortable with, and careful too, the Windows Registry, find the registry key for that software. Somewhere in a sub-key you will find the serial number. It may not be in a readable format, so you might have to toggle between binary and digital readouts in the registry.
You may be able to find the serial number that way.
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Have been using my Music Time Deluxe 3.5.5 on a Windows XP. Now have a new Windows Vista on which I've installed the program. However, all the features are not compatible with Vista. What do I need to do...


You might consider using a different program that does the same thing as music time deluxe 3.5.5. If the features are not compatible with your new operating system you need a new program that is. You might find a similar program on a free downloads site.

Use your search engine to find a site that offers free music programs. Plus I don't know what your music time does that Windows Media Player doesn't but you might find that Vista has a good music program built in.

You can also try going to the Music Time Deluxe site to see if they have any upgrades to solve your Vista upgrade problem. Good luck!

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How does one download playbacks of arrangements in Sibelius to an MP3 player?


There are a couple of ways to do this. If you have a sound exporter you can use them, (File>export>audio) if not you need to create a MIDI file of the score. I've done this for a few songs and it creates audio that can be played back in iTunes, and I'm guessing on MP3 players too.

File>export>MIDI File. chose your type of file and where you want to save it. This plays back on iTunes and Windows media player etc etc.

Good Luck!
NB the resulting MIDI file is usually really quiet, but this is normal so don't panic.

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I have finale 2006 for windows. Every time I


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MY MIDI NOR SIGMA TEL HAS SOUND OUTPUT


Signma Tel is notoriously bad for recording. It often doesn't work. But try changing your driver mode and then running the wave profiler. restart everything and make sure that your sound card is chosen under playback timing master and recordi timing master so that it is the chosen card. UNLESS- the keyboard has it's own sound card or interface built in, then its a different thing. You'll have to find out what kind of drivers THAT card uses and do same thing choosing that as card with correct drivers. Also check MIDI devices and make sure its in there. U might wanna email tech cuz this is a little more complicated than a regular set up

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Crackley bubbly sound


  1. What version of Windows?
  2. What hardware?
My initial guess is distortion.  With some hardware, and at least on Vista, I had really bad pops/cracks with Audition 3 initially using a Creative Labs Audigy 2... sound card.  Then after getting an M-Audio Delta 1010LT, no more problems EVER.

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Midi Trouble with Reason


It is possible that your PC is too slow, but there may
(of course) be other causes

I have experienced a situation with Adobe Audition, causing
recording drop-outs when my PC got too busy.

To test this theory:

1) Shut down all unnecessary applications.

2) Go to the command prompt and disable the internet:

type: IPCONFIG /release.

to restart it later, reboot the machine or type:
IPCONFIG /renew

3) Go to the task manager and stop all unnecessary
processes:

press: control-alt-del at the same time and then

choose the "processes" tab

right click on each process you don't need
and stop the process

4) You should be able to reduce the number of processes
into the low 20's, but you need to keep the following:

a) Your midi application (Reason etc) of course

b) alg.exe
csrss.exe
explorer.exe
lsass.exe
svchost.exe (all of them)
services.exe
smss.exe
system
system idle process
winlogon.exe

5) Now go into the control panel --> administrative tools ->
services and stop all unneeded services

(the system will not let you stop anything essential)

6) Don't worry about stopping tasks and services,
they will all restart to normal when you reboot the
machine.

7) Go back into the task manager and right-click your
midi-application. Increase its priority to HIGH,

but NOT real time, because this may cause windows
to hang.

8) If your midi acquisition improves, then speed is the problem,
otherwise, look elsewhere:

a) re-install audio and midi drivers
b) make sure the mixer and control applets are correctly
configured, i.e make sure the midi is not muted.
e) make sure the midi application is allocated the
max amount of memory, if it has a setting for it.

etc.

9) I am assuming that you are running Windows XP.

If your PC is too slow do NOT use Vista !!!!,
which makes things much worse, at least
by a factor of 4 to 1

Do not install XP service pack 3 either,
its bloated with anti-piracy **** and DRM.

10) Finally, for audio work, I would recommend
a minimum system with:

a) Pentium III 800 MHz or better yet a Pentium IV
at 1.5 GHz or faster.

b) One Gbyte of RAM to make sure your machine is not
disk bound. This is much more important than a fast
CPU.

Disk is approx. 10 million times slower than RAM,
so this can become a very significant bottle neck.

c) Windows XP pro, SP2 (not 3)

d) Depending on your video card, i.e. the amount of
workload it handles for the CPU, you may also reduce
the screen resolution, and disable desktop effects
to speed thing up.

Adobe audition, for example will perform more reliably
on slower CPU's when the GUI window is kept small
in waveform or spectrum display during recording.

Good luck,

Martin

P.S. I use Adobe Audition for most of my recording and
audio processing. System = Core 2 Duo /2.4 Ghz,
4 Gigs of RAM (only 3 Gigs are accessible from 32 bit
windows XP), 1300 Mhz front side bus, 3.5 Terra Bytes
of hard disk, of which 1.5 Terabytes are configured as
RAID-5.

Speed and storage is no longer an issue :)
not even for HD video processing.




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