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    Can Garageband export a mid file?

    Does anyone know how to export a midi file from Garageband? TIA.

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    Re: Can Garageband export a mid file?

    Quote Originally Posted by L0W
    Does anyone know how to export a midi file from Garageband? TIA.

    Hi Low - Garageband does not appear to support MIDI import OR export. I hope it will in the future - but as of now, it doesn't. BIG time fault - being an otherwise great music app.

    Sorry man! good luck with your music!!

    Jerry Wickham

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    Re: Can Garageband export a mid file?

    Thanks for the quick response.

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    Re: Can Garageband export a mid file?

    Quote Originally Posted by L0W
    Thanks for the quick response.
    Hi LOW,

    I just saw this and it reminded me of this thread.

    This program will let you IMPORT, not export MIDI files into Garageband, but still - people are doing something about the limitations Garageband has.

    http://www.apple.com/downloads/macos...entdumidi.html

    If I see anything that exports, I'll let you know.

    Jerry
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    Re: Can Garageband export a mid file?

    GarageBand 2 will allow you to import a MIDI file. (Just drag it into the window.)
    However, I don't think either version of GarageBand will export MIDI.

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