Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by Aki, Jun 11, 2003.
mp3 to midi, it works, but you ain't gona like the quality
I've converted MP3 to midi and it wasn't too bad really. Go to http://www.musicrobot.com/ and there's a link that says...
Convert audio to midi in realtime.
I hope that helps.
I've tried a lot of programs for this purpose but diodn't come withg any good results. I think this is because all these programs are base on the recognition of sounds and instruments.
If you convert the mp3 to midi will it be one track or mutiple tracks?
It will be one track.
i tried it n da sound quality sucked
The conversion works best when the MP3 is monophonic, meaning only one note is being played at any given time.
Yeah the it wont do a good job converting
man it sucks! it sounds like a bunch of fools screaming in the backgrounds
if you convert mp3 to midi you will just get one voice that sounds terrible
yeah how u gonna have a decent vocal channel un less the original is instrumental only
music mobile polyphonic
I downloaded the trial version of this. It won't let me actually convert the wav. to mid. I'm kind of skeptical of paying the $30 to find out if it works or not. Has anybody actually bought the registration key? Is it worth the money?
I've converted MP3 to midi and it wasn't too bad really. Go to http://www.musicrobot.
I couldn't find the link. Is there another website out there that'll do the conversion?
Has anyone any idea of HOW these programs work? Because the technique sounds interesting.
have you triy Digital-Ear? it's kinda good program to convert .mp3 to .mid. best for monophonic though....
I was gonna try this, but general consensus of opinion is it's dodgy. So I won't
i am surprised it is actually possible to convert mp3 to mid!
I can't imagine how any such program could do well with multiple instruments. Sure, it could recognize a single instrument playing solo (like the page says, a saxophone), or a single voice, but how well would it do with a full orchestra? I really don't think it could work well.
i have used digital ear and found it quite good if there is only a few instruments playin, the conversion to midi is crap but it does give you the sequence of notes in the actual program, the way it works is by calculating the frequency and tone of the notes and then deciding which note it corresponds with
i have tried widi aswell and that seems to be good but it wont let me save the midi only play it
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