The thing people don't realize about Mp3 or wav to midi is that the original format on any CD is CD-DA format. Let me explain. In this format the tracks that are record in a professional digital recording studio, from vocals to each separate instrument, are recorded on separate tracks. Once the songs are mixed professionally, they are mixed down and recorded onto only two single stereo tracks, Left and Right. This is the sound that comes through your home stereo, or car stereo or whatever. When you rip the tracks from a CD and convert it to Mp3 or wav, this does not change. The tracks are still two single stereo tracks. Therefore, when you try to convert from Mp3 or wav to midi you are getting a single track with all the instruments and even vocals coming out in jibberish, making the song sound like trash. It is impossible to find a computer program to recognize each instrument and put them into midi. It would take an absolute genious to come up with a program such as this. If and when this ever happens, I would like to be the first customer. What I'm trying to say is that any midi will have to come from a lot of hours of hard work, taking each instrument at a time and programming/sequencing them as close to the song as possibe. Midi's are the work of individuals who love the challenge to program/sequence the song and have the absolute nack of doing so. I have the utmost respect for these people because I try very hard to sequence, but I'm not near as good as the pro's.