Additional Comments:Very good indeed, I love all series of FF, great job finding them, but only a 2 because for them to work in AOM they must be .wav and not .mid, if you did changed them to wav, my review would be 4.
[Edited on 07/29/05 @ 07:03 AM]
Dark_pegasus File Author
Posted on 07/29/05 @ 09:31 PM
i would change em, but i couldnt figure out how to. i'll be trying to get em into that format, any tips on how to get my taunts i made to work? anyway ill try and get it into wav format
Posted on 08/01/05 @ 02:18 PM
There is at least one program that converts MIDI files. It is named something like MIDI2WAV Recorder and runs about $25. I have seen others but do not remember their names. Haven't come across any converters yet that are free. Bummer.
Posted on 08/03/05 @ 06:58 AM
The reason converters for those aren't free is because midis have to be made with a program, and it's very hard to convert because they read from a source, and the files don't have the actual music in them.
Posted on 11/13/05 @ 12:28 AM
You can convert MIDI files to music, at least on a Mac. I can import MIDI files into iTunes and convert them into MP3 files, or a few other formats. I can't convert to a WAV, however. If you have a PC with iTunes, try to see if you can import it and then convert.
Posted on 12/20/05 @ 12:16 PM
Why don't you play the midi, then as its playing, record with "sound recorder," then tadaa! it's now a wav!