producing sound files

By | October 9, 2014

Backing tracks, accompaniments, sending out MP3s of your compositions

If you want to produce MP3s or CDs of your capella scores you an do it very easily and quickly with capella playAlong. This converts MIDI, capella and MusicXML into MP3s or audio tracks which it then burns onto CD.

Example uses:

  • Accompanist music and teaching pieces You can mute your part, add count in beats with an overlaid metronome click and add pitching notes – especially useful for singers. You can duplicate pieces at different tempi to help build up to the final speed.
  • Backing music without musicians You can create realistic recorded music for situations when live musicians are not practical – amateur dramatics for example. You can fine-tune the way dynamics etc. are played, set stereo positioning, tempo and instrument volumes to achieve a realistic performance.
  • Hear your own compositions without the cost of a live performance. You can recreate a performance for your compositions when getting real musicians together would be impractical.