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How to Get Anime Music for any Instrument

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Published on Feb 13, 2010

I AM ALIVE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Hey people. I am going to start posting tutorials and stuff....
Well on this video I am going to be teaching you how to get anime music for and instrument. Yay!
I am using an Apple Mac with the programs: Firefox, i movie, Sibelius 4, and Quick time.
You can use other programs like Explorer and garage band (etc.) if you do not have some of these programs...

1) Quit unnecessary programs.
2) Go to an anime sheet music website such as http://josh.agarrado.net/music/anime/
3) Open a song of your choice. IMPORTANT: OPEN A MIDI FILE!!!!! ( not a pdf or it will not work.)
4) Test song.
5) Go to desktop. You should see the music file without having to save the midi file.
6) Open the midi file in a sheet-music/music program. I used Sibelius 4.
7) Click the yes/Ok buttons to bypass any unnecessary changes.
8) Go to notes in the menu above your opened file.
9) Click transpose. Another window will appear asking if you would like to transpose the whole score. Click yes.
10) Select which key you would like to transpose to. (Example: I am transposing to E-flat alto saxophone so I transpose up a major/perfect 6th.)
11) De-select the double-accidentals/key-signature if you like.
12) Make adjustments to notes, titles, tempo, etc.
13) Save, print, publish, email, etc.
YOU ARE DONE!!!
Total time: Between 3-10 minutes...
Thanks! -L

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