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Can't Open MIDI File
Sep 1 2009
21:38
dynamata
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I created a vocal track in Overture notation program, exported it to MIDI (Standard MIDI File – Format 1) & opened it in Vocaloid Leon with no problems. I repeated the process with another track & got this error message:

"Cannot import the specified file.

-> Invalid File"

Why one & not the other? :?

Sep 1 2009
21:51
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The 1st track is in 4/4 time & the 2nd one is 6/4 & 4/4, could that be the problem? :?

Sep 1 2009
22:14
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It is the time signature, I deleted the 4/4 bars then exported only the 6/4 part & the track opened in Vocaloid. How do I get around this problem? :?

Sep 2 2009
18:39
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Note: each track is in a separate project.

Sep 4 2009
03:05
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I split the the MIDI file into sections according to time signature, then imported each section into a new track copied & pasted it into the main track, changing the time signature as I went.

It took me a whole night, is there another way to do it? The program should be able to import files with different time signatures on the fly. 8O

Sep 4 2009
18:09
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Hi

Vocaloid cannot have multiple tracks with different tempos.

I created a midi file with different tempos and Vocaloid has opened it without problem, but you decide which is the main tempo in any of the tracks.

Your solution to this problem is correct, so also you can import the tracks one by one on different tracks, no "open file", if not "import" a midi file.

Regards

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