Hi, I'm guessing this is a type of question as old as the trees, however being relatively
(well, 10 years or so) new to such matters its not something I've come across before.
Here's the deal. I have been delivered a midi file of a piece of music which the
client wants cleaned up, made to sound 'better' etc. However, their source gave them a
Type 0 midi file, so everything is all in one midi track - rendering my ability to do
anything useful to it more or less impossible.
In the abscence of being able to
source a Type 1 file, is there any way for the type 0 file to be easily 'split' into
separate channels? Any useful tools either in the form of 3rd party software, or features
within Cubase/Nuendo which will enable me to do this? Is this actually something that is
at all possible?