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-Arachnid-
Scratcher
100+ posts

MP3 or Such Files?

Hello.
I was thinking about using Scratch to compose music for other peoples games and such.
I want to be able to give these songs to people outside of Scratch, and so I would need to be able to convert the scratch project into something like an mp3 file, so that it could be used on multiple platforms.
Is there a method or an application that can do this?

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-Arachnid-
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MP3 or Such Files?

If someone could help me it would be greatly appreciated.

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ZZ9PluralZAlpha
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1000+ posts

MP3 or Such Files?

One method is to make the project, record the sound it produces and save that as an mp3 file.

Or you could just share the project and let the person who requested it know you've shared it.

einangrun
Scratcher
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MP3 or Such Files?

impressive that you've managed to type this whole thing out with eight eyes, i would think your vision might get messed up and you'd press some wrong keys.

anyway, if you're talking about actual audio files in the scratch audio player, you can right click on any file under the audio tab and select “save to local file.” it will be saved as a .wav file but you can easily put it through a .wav to .mp3 converter if necessary.

if you mean other sounds, such as the ones created by scratch's note blocks, you might have to get an external audio recorder and then simply start the project and record the audio it makes, like that guy with too many Z's in his name suggested.

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ZZ9PluralZAlpha
Scratcher
1000+ posts

MP3 or Such Files?

einangrun wrote:

impressive that you've managed to type this whole thing out with eight eyes, i would think your vision might get messed up and you'd press some wrong keys.

anyway, if you're talking about actual audio files in the scratch audio player, you can right click on any file under the audio tab and select “save to local file.” it will be saved as a .wav file but you can easily put it through a .wav to .mp3 converter if necessary.

if you mean other sounds, such as the ones created by scratch's note blocks, you might have to get an external audio recorder and then simply start the project and record the audio it makes, like that guy with too many Z's in his name suggested.
There's not that many Z's in my name. What's the bet there's a user called ZZZZZZZZZ?

awsome_guy_360
Scratcher
1000+ posts

MP3 or Such Files?

ZZ9PluralZAlpha wrote:

einangrun wrote:

impressive that you've managed to type this whole thing out with eight eyes, i would think your vision might get messed up and you'd press some wrong keys.

anyway, if you're talking about actual audio files in the scratch audio player, you can right click on any file under the audio tab and select “save to local file.” it will be saved as a .wav file but you can easily put it through a .wav to .mp3 converter if necessary.

if you mean other sounds, such as the ones created by scratch's note blocks, you might have to get an external audio recorder and then simply start the project and record the audio it makes, like that guy with too many Z's in his name suggested.
There's not that many Z's in my name. What's the bet there's a user called ZZZZZZZZZ?
Lol, I'm dying. XD

“That guy with too many Z's in his name” :P


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ZZ9PluralZAlpha
Scratcher
1000+ posts

MP3 or Such Files?

awsome_guy_360 wrote:

ZZ9PluralZAlpha wrote:

einangrun wrote:

impressive that you've managed to type this whole thing out with eight eyes, i would think your vision might get messed up and you'd press some wrong keys.

anyway, if you're talking about actual audio files in the scratch audio player, you can right click on any file under the audio tab and select “save to local file.” it will be saved as a .wav file but you can easily put it through a .wav to .mp3 converter if necessary.

if you mean other sounds, such as the ones created by scratch's note blocks, you might have to get an external audio recorder and then simply start the project and record the audio it makes, like that guy with too many Z's in his name suggested.
There's not that many Z's in my name. What's the bet there's a user called ZZZZZZZZZ?
Lol, I'm dying. XD

“That guy with too many Z's in his name” :P
I'm not. :P

einangrun
Scratcher
100+ posts

MP3 or Such Files?

ZZ9PluralZAlpha wrote:

There's not that many Z's in my name. What's the bet there's a user called ZZZZZZZZZ?

…huh.

Last edited by einangrun (June 6, 2017 20:04:40)


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awsome_guy_360
Scratcher
1000+ posts

MP3 or Such Files?

ZZ9PluralZAlpha wrote:

awsome_guy_360 wrote:

ZZ9PluralZAlpha wrote:

einangrun wrote:

impressive that you've managed to type this whole thing out with eight eyes, i would think your vision might get messed up and you'd press some wrong keys.

anyway, if you're talking about actual audio files in the scratch audio player, you can right click on any file under the audio tab and select “save to local file.” it will be saved as a .wav file but you can easily put it through a .wav to .mp3 converter if necessary.

if you mean other sounds, such as the ones created by scratch's note blocks, you might have to get an external audio recorder and then simply start the project and record the audio it makes, like that guy with too many Z's in his name suggested.
There's not that many Z's in my name. What's the bet there's a user called ZZZZZZZZZ?
Lol, I'm dying. XD

“That guy with too many Z's in his name” :P
I'm not. :P

Ik Ik. I just loved the description. Lol.

Also;

@zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz


I'm running a small experiment, mind taking this?
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ZZ9PluralZAlpha
Scratcher
1000+ posts

MP3 or Such Files?

einangrun wrote:

ZZ9PluralZAlpha wrote:

There's not that many Z's in my name. What's the bet there's a user called ZZZZZZZZZ?

…huh.

awsome_guy_360 wrote:

ZZ9PluralZAlpha wrote:

awsome_guy_360 wrote:

ZZ9PluralZAlpha wrote:

einangrun wrote:

impressive that you've managed to type this whole thing out with eight eyes, i would think your vision might get messed up and you'd press some wrong keys.

anyway, if you're talking about actual audio files in the scratch audio player, you can right click on any file under the audio tab and select “save to local file.” it will be saved as a .wav file but you can easily put it through a .wav to .mp3 converter if necessary.

if you mean other sounds, such as the ones created by scratch's note blocks, you might have to get an external audio recorder and then simply start the project and record the audio it makes, like that guy with too many Z's in his name suggested.
There's not that many Z's in my name. What's the bet there's a user called ZZZZZZZZZ?
Lol, I'm dying. XD

“That guy with too many Z's in his name” :P
I'm not. :P

Ik Ik. I just loved the description. Lol.

Also;

@zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz
Ok, now I'm laughing a bit. :P

Troll_and_Pokemon
Scratcher
1 post

MP3 or Such Files?

Why is it that when I try to get music as a local file it stops loading scratch projects but I can load everything else and when I fix it (By turning of the cmputer and turning it back on) when I put it in another project it works but there is no sound and its weird because a few weeks ago it worked perfectly fine and I did a lot of good projects doing this but now it does not work at all because I think scratch is having a bit of a problem or something maybe i d k
footsocktoe
Scratcher
1000+ posts

MP3 or Such Files?

Troll_and_Pokemon wrote:

Why is it that when I try to get music as a local file it stops loading scratch projects but I can load everything else and when I fix it (By turning of the cmputer and turning it back on) when I put it in another project it works but there is no sound and its weird because a few weeks ago it worked perfectly fine and I did a lot of good projects doing this but now it does not work at all because I think scratch is having a bit of a problem or something maybe i d k

Sounds like it might be a computer problem.


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