Discussion in 'Getting Started/New Member Help' started by senna, Oct 2, 2002.
is it possible?
i haven't seen a programm doing that, but im gonna try one called Digital Ear, after that i will post the result
cool im gonna try that
i didn´t find nothing with that name.
are you shure?
i think nothing is impossible, but....
yes, that´s very bad, you´re right
i don't think if they have a software to convert mp3 to midis but if anyone have one please reply because i have this problem too
I've tried the intelliscore music program and it did'nt worked well
let me try qith digital ear
yes it is near impossible the only thing that comes somewhat close I tried was a program called Widi Recognition System which I downloaded a trial version of that won't let you save. It's not as bad as some I've seen but would be better off being used as an aid in making a song, or give you a general idea of what to do(can't save anything to midi unless you buy it) to see the notes and get started. But it was pretty good for a computer trying to figure out the notes(most everything sounded like it was there) with a bunch of extra notes of course
I have a program to convert MP3's to MIDI , if any one would like it please e-mail me @ Dawkesy84@yahoo.co.uk
:: FroGG007: Dude~ dont triple post the exact SAME msg! :borg: ::
i hope that program works...
this is the answer i get from your e-mail
did not reach the following recipient(s):
Dawkesy84@yahoo.co.uk on Wed, 2 Oct 2002 20:32:49 +0100
There was a SMTP communication problem with the recipient's email
server. Please contact your system administrator.
<smtp.netcabo.pt #5.5.0 smtp;554 delivery error: dd This user
doesn't have a yahoo.co.uk account (firstname.lastname@example.org) -
I have seen some programs, but they make pretty crappy files
READ THE FAQ....it's all there
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digital ear aint worth it... iv tried it!
no they haven't
Re: mp3 to midi convertor
since mp3 is one big track and midi is 16 track I think its impossible to do it.
i bet its possible, but maybe no one's ever made a program due to lack of interset or something. anything's possible!!
Someone will, and when they do I'll holla
I don't belive this that you can change a mp3 into a midi file. This would mean that a program would have to break the mp3 file into multiple sections including: the instuments, the CC's, the notes, etc. This would be most probally impossible for a computer program to figure out.
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