Discussion in 'Digital Audio & Recording' started by afgomez, Jan 16, 2003.
how to convert mp3 to midi ... anyone know ?
does anyone know how to convert mp3 saved files into midi format...an easy way
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
it can be done, just not accurately, unless its only 1 instrument, they can't differentiate between different instruments, try wav to midi
what are the names of any wav to midi converters...i want a good trial version
go to download.com they have a bunch to choose from that are already rated for you!
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?
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.
If it's so difficult, then how do people make midis?
yeh mp3 to wav to midi doesn't sound right...
There are some converters on the market ... the problem is that none of them are free!
Apparently this is impossible
thanks thats what i thought
I used a program calle intelliscore. Its not perfect but does work sometimes.
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
Here good link...
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.
it should be beautiful to convert wav to midi and put it on a cell phone!
yes...that would be good...
akoff would be good. i also tried intelliscore. just tell me if you need the program.
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