Does anybody know a simple way to do that? I need to put the music I made into the game that I am making
The way I would go about that is using audacity. You will also need to install the lame codec. All fairly simple and free.
If you have those installed then just open the WAVs you made with musagi with audacity and save it as a MP3. You can also do things like normalize volume levels and other handy things and settings with audacity.
Thanks for the quick reply I will def. try doing it with audacity. btw - I didn't know I could save as wav in musagi thought that I could only do it in smu lol sorry for that And yes, my game can play MP3 since ActionScript is awesome
Disk record and Record song will save a wav-file to disk. They will both ask for filename for output. Disk record will stream whatever output there may be after you hit the button, up until you hit the button again. Record song will rewind the song, turn loop off, and record the beginning of the song, up untill the end marker, or untill you hit the Disk record button. Maybe later I'll post how to make a proper loop.
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Gonna post how to make a proper loop anyway Only necessary if you have reverbs/long decays/delays. Musagi has a small bug where you can't completely trust the tempo. My "poor man's" solution using Audacity is: *To find out where the end point really is I first use "Record Song". Open this file in audacity, and note the length. (Wav files are sometimes up to several 100MB's, so you might want to delete the file now.) *Now in MusAGi, move the end marker further ahead, so all your reverbs/decays/delays get recorded. "Record song". *Open in Audacity. (My audacity is Dutch... so I'm not 100% about the terminology.) Place the cursor at the end time you had noted. *In the edit menu choose select -> select from cursor to end. *Now in the edit menu choose split off. This should create a new track and highlight both tracks. *Now select only the new track. In the project menu use align tracks -> align on 0/beginning. *Export and merge tracks (Audacity should prompt merge when exporting.)
Be sure to edit your export preferences in Audacity.
with musagi had a mac version though ^^
If you're using the plain 0.23 version, you could check out the 'open source' forum. The main concern of the people who post there seems to be porting to other systems... Oh, would you please show us what you've made when it's done?