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Hello, I really like your guide, for the fun part, I spend time hard coding the sequence to compose something, I managed to put something together. I haven't publish any of my work (compose and do something about with it). I checked your guide, the "music guide" and "web guide" in the game but don´t know how to pull this off
It is two notes pressed together at the same time. Is it possible do in the composer or it is way too complex?
What you wish to do is create a chord. To do so, please look at page 26 of my guide where it's explained how it works. in 3mle you code each note you want to play at the same time and make sure they allign at the spots they need to allign. Just copy paste those tracks as is into the melody and harmony tracks in maple and the notes will play at the same time! Just poke me if something seems confusing since it can be hard to keep track of all the tracks (pun totally intended)
Bookmarked, might make a good use of it. I have some questions related to music sheets (non guide related) though.
Can you sell custom music sheets to other players in the market? Or are they only tradeable?
Can you divide music sheets? Like, for example, divide a 10 use piece in 2 or 5 so my friends can use the sheet aswell, or do I have to create a few of those for my friends to use it aswell.
1) In other versions of this game this is possible, KMS2 however does not have this feature, no news afaik on if we will get this or not.
2) You can not divide sheets to split the numbers of plays, no. There is however no limit on how many times a sheet can be traded. Custom praxis is for friends to repay with blanks to cover the cost of getting a full score, or to just trade it back after they played!
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Does anyone know if the amount of tracks I get from MIDI are limited to just 2 because of the file itself? Because OP has 4 and I only ever get 2 when I open them in MLE.
And/or, anyone know a way to get more tracks? I'm missing a lot of harmonies lol
MML and MIDI differ a bit from eachother, while midi can have tracks within tracks, (play whole chords for an example) MML can only have 1 sound playing at any one time in each track, so we build our chords with several tracks! Still with me?
To fix this im 3MLE we have to make sure we open MIDI chords as separate tracks. This can become annoying, but this is the way to get a lossless conversion.
What you have to do is import the midi in "Stages"
1. Select "import" midi
2. Select ONLY ONE midi track and make sure the tickboxes are as below
3. Open up another window of 3mle, you should now have 2 instances of 3mle open.
4. Repeat step 2 on the next midi track
5. Copy paste the tracks from your second 3mle window into your first
6. Repeat as needed if midi has more than 2 tracks.
7. Enjoy a lossless salvage with 1872831 tracks!
Here I am with yet another guide on how to do these musical stuffies in Maple2.
This guide is a bit more than a simple "convert this midi to mml", no no no, it's much more than that!
Why a guide? We have so many!
Indeed we have, but they always cover a small part of what there is to the whole system. My guide aim to cover everything from how to play a sheet, how to make simple fixes to codes from other games, how to convert your own midi and how to code mml from scratch, with no midi! I even have a list of all the trophies! Crazy!
I wish for this guide to be a "one place to get it all" instead of having to remember 17 url to guides that explained different things.
I do think the short guides are very good, if you prefer to use them, please do. I have no intention to claim that my guide is any better. Just bigger!
Easy to read
The big size might look daunting at first but as someone who has English as their second language, I felt we needed a guide that's easy to approach and understand no matter our language barriers or prior musical talents. I try my best to explain things as easy as possible without yelling technical muciscal mumbojumbo words your way.
I always ask how and why when I learn new things so instead of just saying "do this and that" you will know why I tell you do this or that.
A work in progress
This is a big project and I'm not done yet, but I hope it will still be a good source of information to others.
I still haven't touched upon the use of 3MLE (popular program for converting midi to mml) but I will get there! Promise!
It's a long read, but I hope you will find it worth your time.
Never be scared to reach out to me or others with questions. The only dumb question is the one that remained unasked!