Discussion in 'Getting Started/New Member Help' started by linkz_123, Oct 18, 2003.
Does anyone no any good software for turning MP3s to MIDIs?
don't think you'll have any luck finding anything. to my knowledge no such software exists.
I have tried some 10 programs, but none of them have worked correctly.
As Queen singed 'dont try so hard' : ))))
I am 100% with tutti on this subject. Do not expect to get any good results if the audio file is not monophonic.
This is good info. Thanks
The only thing I've found that remotely does anything is:
Mobile Music Polyphonic 1.5
you can get it from www.download.com
Hope this helps
i agree with the statement above mobile music polyphonic , the only problem is that when u do finally covert your mp3 to midi the midi file ends up being about 64 kb which is way to big for a cell phone ringtone
nope i don now how to do it
th program of above just converts 1 second of the song... That's not enough.... does anyone knows where you can download the whole program.... The trick with this is that you can't convert mp3 to midi but you can convert mp3 to mmf.
The you can use PSMPlayer to convert the mmf file to midi... i don't know if it works, but i want to try it....
You can use Widi v2.7
It's the Holy Grail of MIDI.......
I also agree that converting from mp3/wav to midi doesn't really give good results. I have tried a couple of applications but without succes.
There is nothing like human sequenced midis ..
yeah there are programs that do it but not that well
so does this mean that some of those mmf files that sound particularly good didn't originally converted from mp3????
Pardon my ignorance.... cause i'm a newbie in this stuff
Need This info ASAP
Need the name and cost of this program asap!!!
does does WAV to MIDI progams actually make good MIDI's?
I have tried some programs, but none of them have really worked correctly. Sorry man...
I´ve tried many programms, but it was never really good.
you can try to find the sheet music it enter it... but thats just annoying.... sucks to that idea/
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