Which C is Middle C

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Which C is Middle C

Postby Bianca » Sun Nov 11, 2012 7:23 pm

If "Middle C" is note number 60 and MIDI note number 69 is used for A440 tuning, that is the A note above middle C.

Which C is middle C in music studio for making instruments?

And how do we upload instruments?
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Re: Which C is Middle C

Postby ksailer » Sun Nov 11, 2012 8:22 pm

I'm using C3 and it sounds correct so far.
I have a lot of samples from a synth that I sampled some time ago and they are all numbered with the midi note numbers from 40 (E1) to 94 (A#5) in half octave steps... Sounds quite all right.
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Re: Which C is Middle C

Postby Alex » Mon Nov 12, 2012 10:01 am

Which C is middle C in music studio for making instruments?

Music Studio's C1 is the MIDI key #24 if that helps.

And how do we upload instruments?

Your instruments are saved in the Instruments folder in the projects screen. Transfer it to your computer via iTunes file sharing or the WiFi server.
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Re: Which C is Middle C

Postby Bianca » Mon Nov 12, 2012 12:23 pm

I meant how do we upload instruments to the forum.

I used e-mail to shuffle between ipad and iphone which worked fine :)

Music Studio's C1 is the MIDI key #24 if that helps. which would make Middle C C4 I think thanks :)
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Re: Which C is Middle C

Postby Alex » Mon Nov 12, 2012 11:22 pm

Bianca wrote:I meant how do we upload instruments to the forum.

That's not possible directly from an iPad or iPhone because Safari doesn't let you select any file stored in any app. Unfortunately the detour to a computer via iTunes file sharing is necessary, then add the .instr file as an attachment to your post.
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Re: Which C is Middle C

Postby Bianca » Mon Nov 12, 2012 11:47 pm

Alex wrote:
Bianca wrote:I meant how do we upload instruments to the forum.

That's not possible directly from an iPad or iPhone because Safari doesn't let you select any file stored in any app. Unfortunately the detour to a computer via iTunes file sharing is necessary, then add the .instr file as an attachment to your post.



Grrrrrrrr lol
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Re: Which C is Middle C

Postby jdiercks » Fri Nov 16, 2012 4:45 am

Alex wrote:
Bianca wrote:I meant how do we upload instruments to the forum.

That's not possible directly from an iPad or iPhone because Safari doesn't let you select any file stored in any app. Unfortunately the detour to a computer via iTunes file sharing is necessary, then add the .instr file as an attachment to your post.


The iCab browser can upload files.
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Re: Which C is Middle C

Postby Bianca » Fri Nov 16, 2012 2:01 pm

jdiercks wrote:The iCab browser can upload files.


So it can, thanks :D
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Re: Which C is Middle C

Postby niorg2606 » Sat Jan 11, 2014 1:44 pm

Alex wrote:
Bianca wrote:I meant how do we upload instruments to the forum.

That's not possible directly from an iPad or iPhone because Safari doesn't let you select any file stored in any app. Unfortunately the detour to a computer via iTunes file sharing is necessary, then add the .instr file as an attachment to your post.

Actually, you can do it via Google Drive App! Here's how:

1.) Zip the instruments' file.
2.) E-mail it to yourself.
3.) Go to your inbox
4.) go to the e-mail you sent yourself and somehow open the attachment in safari. It should look like figure 1.
5.) Hit open in then select Google Drive.
6.) Open google drive (you must either sign up or log into google) and when the file is downloading (it should say "instrument.zip"), hit the i button on the right of the file name.
7.) Hit copy link in the menu that pops up.
8.) go back to the music studio forum and paste in the web address

These 8 simple steps is a lot to do but this is the only way I know.
Hope this helped and this works with not just instruments, but also with songs!


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Re: Which C is Middle C

Postby niorg2606 » Tue Apr 07, 2015 11:38 am

Or, if you have the Dropbox app,
1.) Hit "Projects".
2.) Hit the instrument you wish to link.
3.) Click "Share" and then hit Dropbox.
4.) Open the Dropbox app and find your file.
5.) Hit it and click "Copy Link".
6.) Start a new post with that link.
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