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Date Posted: 04:04:01 11/06/07 Tue
In reply to: Jack 's message, "Looking to buy tapes" on 05:28:57 11/04/07 Sun
You can make your own tapes by converting MIDI files found on the Internet to Pianocorder format using <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://dp70.dyndns.org/mid2pianocd/">MID2PianoCD</a>. Basically, this converts MIDI files to Pianocorder-encoded WAV files which you'd then record to cassette tapes. (Make sure the "half speed" option is enabled in MID2PianoCD.)
The above solution, while inexpensive, requires you to carry out several steps before being able to hear the music on the piano.
If you'd like to be able to queue up a list of MIDI files jukebox style and hear them on the Pianocorder in real time, skipping instantly from song to song, adjusting tempo/volume/transposition etc., then using the <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.pianocorder.info/winamp_plugin/">Pianocorder Control Plug-in for WINAMP</a> might be a better choice. You can even replace the ugly 1970s cassette deck with a <a rel=nofollow target=_blank href="http://www.pianocorder.info/wireless_kit/">radio link to your PC</a>.
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