I'm not sure why you want an audio CD AFTER you've converted to MIDI. But if you want a recording of ";what you hear,"; try downloading Audacity. It's free and pretty dang powerful considering the cost... You can set Audacity to record and then playback your Sibelius file. Then when it's done playing, just stop Audacity and then you'll have a wav file that's ready to go. Just Google ";Audacity"; and you should be able to find it.
I hope that answered your question - I'm really sorry if that's not what you were looking for!
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about 14 years ago
Bidule is also an option but requires more setup than Audacity.�� However, Bidule would be something that is way too complex for just wanting to make an MP3 of what you are hearing.�� Bidule has a recorder option that will record what is being sent from the mixer in your setup.�� I also would try the Audactiy Option.�� I use that alwasy to convert to MP3.�� I am actually starting to use Wiretap Pro on my Mac.�� So if you have a Mac, I have included a link to that site where you can purchase it.�� It is fairly cheap and records your mac audio, audio from mic, or both together and will record it right to an MP3 format.
[quote author=Coach link=topic=1236.msg5342#msg5342 date=1152736748] Bidule is also an option but requires more setup than Audacity.�� However, Bidule would be something that is way too complex for just wanting to make an MP3 of what you are hearing.�� [/quote]
One of these days, I hope that I'm smart enough to figure out what to do with Bidule! I know, I know, I've even read the threads and done the research, too. I guess, if Audacity ain't broken, I'll keep using it!