Discussion in 'Digital Audio & Recording' started by ruf, Sep 22, 2003.
are there any programs that convert mp3 files to a midi format?
try googling it they usually have good free stuff.......or go to download.com and look it up...BTW post #3!!!!!
try the program in this site,,
Mp3 to midi is bad. You can better make it yourself than. Try it and you know i'm right
Only when you have a few accords in your mp3 its good than
till now it's simply not possible to get a good result ( all those wave-to midi convertors are crap; i tried it myself )
That would be great
Would be even better if phone could play mp3's as a ringtone.
You can convert wav to a mmf ringtone using a really sweet little program from Yamaha called WSCMa2:
Just drag-and-drop! Only works with 8 kHz, 16 bit, mono wavs though...
i have searched a lot of programmes but couldnt find any good one plz help me out
Not sure if this is what you're looking for...
Midi to Mp3
Nah...Mp3 to midi conversion is not good unless Mp3 sounds really simply....Otherwie when you convert it comes out like crap
midi are notes of music and mp3's are the actual songs. It would be very difficult to get a decent sounding conversion from one of those programs.
Yep Intelliscore Polyphonic didnt work to well with me. How do people make such good midis though that sound a lot like the song?
well the songs r so good because of the beat , which all phones in the world can't support , try finding a small bass speaker for your phone then come back to me and see if the midi on the cpu sounds the same on the phone ...
Does anyone know then how to compose a midi?
they should have a step by step tutorial for cakewalk and all those recording/mixing sound editor progs because they are not user friendly .... at all
Or anyone know a program that would let me delete sections of a midi so that its not soooooooooooooooooooooo longggggggggggggggggg. THanks!
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i believe cool edit pro 2 can do that very very very very easily
Ringtone Coverter can do this very easily:
Try searching for some more utilities on www.hitsquad.com
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