GBMidiXtractor 1.0
by DOT-POD
(DOT-POD Website)

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Operating System: Mac OS X
File Size: 959 KB
License: Demonstration (All Demo software)
License Conditions:

The GBMidiXtractor Demo Version will never expire but extracts only 1 file before quitting - then simply relaunch to extract another midi file etc.

System Requirements:

GarageBand

Last Updated: 2005-04-26
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Software Description

Have you ever wished you could get your hands on the MIDI used within GarageBand?

There are thousands of fantastic midi loops included with GarageBand and contained within the Jam Packs but there has been no way of exporting the midi for use in Reason, Logic, Performer or your preferred sequencing application.

GBMidiXtractor provides a way of accessing all of the midi loops contained in GarageBand.

How It Works:

1) Launch GBMidiXtractor

2) Drag a GarageBand Midi AppleLoop onto the GBMidiXtractor application window

3) That's it! Your new midi file is created containing the GarageBand Midi information. Just import this MIDI file into your preferred midi sequencing application.

Best of all GBMidiXtractor is FREE when you purchase either DOT-POD or DOT-TUNES. These apps allow you to publish your iPod or iTunes music for your friends family or associates to download via any web browser from anywhere on the web.

The GBMidiXtractor Demo Version will never expire but extracts only 1 file before quitting - then simply relaunch to extract another midi file etc.

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Garageband into PC

Hi, I just unwittingly bought $320- worth of G'band Worldpack (Mac only)to use in my Windows PC/cubase/Sampletank. Nothing on my PC allows me to open the DVD & access the AIFF files.
Does GBMidiXtractor allow me to do this? Or could I open them on a Mac & burn the files to disc, then load into PC ? Please help !!
Regards
Mark Davies

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