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MIDI problem I Have a track with MIDI and audio. I record it but when I listen to this on windows media player, I just hear AUDIO. What is the problem?

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Sounds like you need to print the output from your midi in audio form to mix with the existing audio. There should be some kind of audio bounce feature. try that.

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The first thing to know about digital recording is that distortion is much more of a problem. I won't get into the theory of this, just know that impedance mismatching is more of a problem with digital.

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