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Posts: 2
Registered: 06.08.2014
06.08.14 12:27:57
Hello all,

2 days ago I baught a lisence of the newest AVS Audio Converter 7.2. After downloading and installing the Programm and the latest MIDI-Pack, I tried to convert a 3-channel-MIDI-File (base, slapbase and drums) exported from the music-notation-programm GuitarPro 5.2 to WAV-Format. My Goal is to import the WAV-File into a Music-production-Software to use it as background-track while recording guitar.

When I listen to the WAV-File I allways just heared the drums (drum-channel). It seems that base and slapbase was not converted into the WAV-File.

Is there anybody out there, who made the same or a similar experience? What is the solution?


Posts: 2364
Registered: 03.07.2008
07.08.14 07:05:02
To: holgerschlenzig@msn.com

Dear Hülk,

Please attach the input audio file you need to convert and specify the settings you select for the output.

Thank you for cooperation.

Kind regards
Posts: 2
Registered: 06.08.2014
07.08.14 12:23:47
Hello Nat,

thank you for Response: Yesterday I tried it again with the same file and two other MIDI-Files (all out of GuitarPro). When I listened to the WAV-Files suddenly I heard the other Instruments but much slower and lower as the Drums. Like mentioned the drums run correct in the setted Tempo like in GuitarPro, but not the rest.

The Output-Settings I select ist WAV --> cd-Quality

Attached you will find a zipped sample-file


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Posts: 142
Registered: 15.10.2013
07.08.14 15:53:18
To: holgerschlenzig@msn.com

Dear Hülk,

Thank you for the file and information.

Your request has been answered in our support system.

We are glad to assist you.

Best regards.
Posts: 51
Registered: 19.07.2014
14.09.14 15:42:49
To: holgerschlenzig@msn.com

Hi Holger, any chance please that you could post on what was done to fix this issue for you?
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