Cadence using Virtual Drumline mp3

Here is the Cadence we use at Boise State University.
I threw it together really quick 'cause I wanted to know what you all thought.
Virtual Drumline has changed the way I teach drumlines!
The best thing since the invention of the moon!!! :D

Here is the link http://www.msnusers.com/Flamdrag/Documents/Cadence%20Full%20Line.mp3

Let me know if it works!!!
If you have Cool Edit, perhaps you could simply route the audio OUT to the audio IN, and simply record your compositions that way, without having to worry about the free time limits of the misc. shareware programs. I'm not sure if that would be an option for you.

good luck,
AB
I don't want to keep off topic for much longer, I [b]do[/b] realize that most avaliable programs fall in the $30-$50 range, but since marching band has started already, I'm out of a job.

Thanks for your help though.
If you are a Mac OSX user, WireTap is free and isn't limited on how long you can record. Some shareware programs will place recording limits until you purchase a license. Luckily, these are usually programs inexpensive.
AB
Yes, I realized that. But everything I try has a horrible time limit on it.
I can simply splice together multiple files using Cool Edit, but it's still a pain to have to go through all that work if the piece is 7 or 8 minutes long.
I think it's usually best to record audio (wav) in real-time with an audio recording program (free/shareware options are available). Once you've created the wav, you can convert to MP3 with something like Itunes.
Does anyone know of any [b]free[/b] MIDI to WAV or MP3 converters?
Adam,

Thanks I sent them an email.
Jordan,

If you don't have any web space to host the mp3, send it to tapspace at info@tapspace.com. They may be able to host if for you, at least for a while.

AB
Jordan,

I use a program called Digital Sound Recorder. It records streaming audio into MP3 ,WMA, or WAV formats. Basically what you hear coming out of your speakers is what you are saving as an mp3/wma/wav.

I just hit record and immediately playback on my notation software. Then hit stop when it's done.

It's very simple and does a great job.

They have a trial version, or you can do what I did and buy the full version for about $30. It was worth it.

Here is the link for the Digital Sound Recorder:
http://www.digitalsoundrecorder.com/

Hope this is what you wanted.

Nathan
But Does anybody know how to put up mp3's? I have a double beat type warmup that we use in our scholastic indoor winterdrumline that i just put into virtual drumline and i wanted everyones opinion on it.
Funny :lol:

I put those in so it would make it better to practice with.
I split it up into 5 different mp3.

full line
snare only
tenor only
bass only
cymbal only

Thus making it easy for at home practicing.

Nathan
Well done. Who gets to march the Long Ranger and Dr. Beat?
Thanks Jim. :D

Check it out and let me know what you think.
I should mention that Zach Garner wrote this for the 2000 Boise State University Drumline.
He is currently our Drumline "Specialist". (He writes the drumline parts :wink: ).

Nathan
Nathan did a great job on this cadence using sounds from Virtual Drumline and some of the 'dinks and duts' floating around from the forum. Nice stuff!

It's available for everyone to check out at this link:
https://www.tapspace.com/sounds/VDLUserDemos/BSUCadenceFullLine.mp3
Email the file to info@tapspace.com and maybe Tapspace can host the file for you!

AB
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