Mp3 to Midi

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  1. afgomez

    afgomez New Member

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    how to convert mp3 to midi ... anyone know ?
  2. d_chenhall

    d_chenhall New Member

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    does anyone know how to convert mp3 saved files into midi format...an easy way
  3. Dj_PHIL.S

    Dj_PHIL.S New Member

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    well i have tried to do that....i hav tried using fruityloops and lots of media converters and if u think about it, i dont think it can be done
  4. egrogsacul

    egrogsacul New Member

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    it can be done, just not accurately, unless its only 1 instrument, they can't differentiate between different instruments, try wav to midi
  5. d_chenhall

    d_chenhall New Member

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    what are the names of any wav to midi converters...i want a good trial version
  6. Frost

    Frost New Member

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    go to download.com they have a bunch to choose from that are already rated for you!
  7. Dj_PHIL.S

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    egrogsacul, ur right.....it can be done but like u said when u convert it it doesnt play so well, its like it only allows a certain amount of polys me thinks?
  8. kindler

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    I don't think it can be done unless it's on a single instrument. If you think about it, each instrument in a midi file is on it's own track. To do the conversion, you'd have to split each instrument out of the audio and convert the wav to a midi event. Splitting the instruments out is near impossible.

    Nice thought...don't think it will ever happen.
  9. Pikaberdort

    Pikaberdort New Member

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    If it's so difficult, then how do people make midis?
  10. wushuboi

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    yeh mp3 to wav to midi doesn't sound right...
  11. sheesha

    sheesha New Member

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    Convertors

    There are some converters on the market ... the problem is that none of them are free!
  12. krazykath87

    krazykath87 New Member

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    Apparently this is impossible
  13. d_chenhall

    d_chenhall New Member

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    thanks thats what i thought
  14. imidi

    imidi New Member

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    I used a program calle intelliscore. Its not perfect but does work sometimes.
  15. chriscc

    chriscc New Member

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    wav/mp3/whatever to midi is not going to happen. look for the midi file of the song in any search engine ie.." band- midi- song title" or even better try musicrobot.com great midi search engine or learn to sequence or look in this very site someone may have it
  16. FARID K

    FARID K New Member

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  17. OHairy1

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    People make midis by playing the midi into their sequencer and on completion exporting the song as a midi file. The difference between a wav and a midi file is that a midi file is universal way of transporting song files to and from any sequencer, whereas a wav file is just a stereo sound file. MP3 is also just a compressed version of Wav files.
  18. freeman74

    freeman74 New Member

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    it should be beautiful to convert wav to midi and put it on a cell phone! :)
  19. GenAnxiety

    GenAnxiety New Member

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    yes...that would be good...
  20. ermines

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    akoff would be good. i also tried intelliscore. just tell me if you need the program.

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