Is IntelliScore reliable?

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by Rommel, Mar 29, 2003.

  1. Rommel

    Rommel New Member

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    I've just read the developer's claim yesterday.
    Has anyone in this forum tested it?
    Let's say I have an mp3 downloaded (with voice) - will it convert the file to midi?
    Please try to reply as soon as possible because I'm planning to buy it. Thanks.
  2. llhyperdude

    llhyperdude New Member

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  3. Stringman11

    Stringman11 New Member

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    I'm skeptical. A program like that has to have hangups. How much does it cost, and how much do you really need it?
  4. Rommel

    Rommel New Member

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    Thanks for the link llhyperdude. I won't buy it but get it in Kazaa right away though.
  5. xtremidi

    xtremidi New Member

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    That's a great idea. I usually use Kazaa for music but the programs side might be worth investigating. Wouldn't it be great if you could search for MIDI files too?
  6. Midi Doc

    Midi Doc New Member

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    Dunno if anyones interested but have any of you kazaa users tried edonkey??
    i get everything from there
    :cool:
    from the latest xmen movie to intelliscore shhh dont tell anyone ;)
    but always pay for any good software if ya decide to keep using it.
  7. gangstar

    gangstar New Member

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    it's nearly impossible to make all things with your computer in a legal way, exept if you're somebody like bill gates or so...
    but all the guys with normal wealth, and this is the majority, isn't able to pay so expensive software. i use kazaa.
  8. Rankinfile

    Rankinfile Guardian Angel

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    Imesh is also a good source for downloadable programs. I have had much success using it in the past.
  9. mpau5

    mpau5 New Member

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    I've tried Intelliscore...I recently got it from Kazza and is not the full version if you download it ( sorry to disappoint ya all ) it only gives you a 14 to 15 second Demo of an mp3. so if you want the full version perhaps better to pay for it.

    Intelliscore seems to be a reasonable mp3 to Midi converter but with a few problems like the rest... you have to push the space bar in time with the mp3 and puts everything into 1 track so everything is mixed up... perhaps because using this in it's Demo version mode

    I did try a single instrument mp3 (a piano piece) and that worked really well with Intelliscore, but think I'll stick to my Midi sequencer for the moment.

    Regards Paul
  10. Rankinfile

    Rankinfile Guardian Angel

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    Has anyone paid for or acquired a full copy of Intelliscore to be able to let us know if the mp3 to midi converter works on other than one instrument at a time? Any info would be greatly appreciated...
  11. DMXMD

    DMXMD New Member

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    pushing the space bar seems easy enough not unless the beat is really fast
  12. Simobin

    Simobin New Member

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    IMHO Intelliscore doesn't work.
  13. Simobin

    Simobin New Member

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    Oh, I had limited success with DigitalEar.
  14. cosmic_c

    cosmic_c New Member

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    I have used IntelliScore, I basically thought that it worked OK, but like any conversion utility, you are going to have to use some type of midi editor after the fact to actually fix some of the sounds. I have found however that if you have the actual CD from the artist that if you rip the file into a WAV and use the conversion software it performs better than if you try to convert an mp3. The sampling rate has a lot to do with the ability to capture the instruments.
  15. ms628255

    ms628255 New Member

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    I definitely think that such a program is upposed to fail as it must do things that a software cannot do!
  16. sasorikox

    sasorikox New Member

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    thanx

    I tried to download intelliscore from kazaa but decided to see what you guys said about it before I actually tried it. I really do want alot of midis that aren't up on the site and aren't too popular and since I don't have a midi keyboard I have to cheat... or wait for someone else to do it.... or search through boards until I find a better way.
  17. Rankinfile

    Rankinfile Guardian Angel

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    Forget Intelliscore. Nice program but it just can't do the Wav to Midi conversion thing too well unless you can do one instrument at a time. Nothing out there yet to do this.
  18. scotty326

    scotty326 New Member

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    I keep trying to call them and no one answers at any time!
  19. scotty326

    scotty326 New Member

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    No One Home!

    I keep trying to call them and no one answers!
  20. Penocchio

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    Don't pay for it.

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