Ok youll need 3 things for this.
1. Any Cakewalk Program That Supports DXI
2. Fruity Loops
DXI Plugin ot Fruity Loops Studio Producer Edition
3. Sound Fonts.
This tutorial will show you how. How to convert Midi Files Using FRUITY LOOPS 4. And Cakewalk With DXI. The advantage of this is you can use the same steps to WRITE songs with Cakewalk and Fruity Loops
1. This is the most important step. If you are using fruity loops you can only use the sounds that are IN the program. Well you can ADD sounds like sound fonts to fruity loops by making a soundfont folder in the DATA directory of the program. Go to C>Program Files>Fruity Loops 4> Data> and make a new directory called soundfonts. Save all your soundfonts in this directory.
2. Open Cakewalk Your Midi File Using Cakewalk.
3. Click the DXI Button, Go to the top left button that looks like an asteric (*) >IL>FL Studio DXI
4.Cakewalk will automatically separate each track in the Track view. So you can change the sounds, delete tracks that arent needed like guitar tracks and adjust volume.
Some midi files arent set up properly so you may have to edit them in the piano roll to get the right sounds you want.
5. Go to the synth rack in cakewalk 2x click the FL Studio DXI Plugin. Then Click The Chilli Pepper looking thing This will open fruity.
6. Go Find your sound fonts in the tool bar on the left. Scroll down to the word Soundfonts (this will not be here unless you did step 1) drag and drop the soundfont to the appropriate track. Exit Fruity Loops
7. Edit the track if you need to
8. Adjust the volume for each track. And midi Settings for each track. in Cakewalk. open the midi track and choose
Output: FL Studio DXI
Channel: 1 (you will need a different channel for each sound)
Patch: Choose your sound font from the list.
9. Open piano roll and edit whatever midi you need to edit
10. Open a new audio track and arm it to record from your PC mixer
11. Record the track. Export it to a WAV then convert to an MP3 and you got a KILLER sounding backing track.
12. Enjoy your new backing track.
Sound Fonts I Reccomend.
Naturally Decaying Bass Guitar <<, REALLY BIG so be patient
you can get all these Soundfonts at http://www.hammersound.net