WAV to Midi - does it work

Discussion in 'General Sequencing' started by bnjiman80, Nov 23, 2003.

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  1. m0zzie

    m0zzie New Member

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    yeah, i've tried about 4 different programs telling me they'd convert mp3/wav to midi's, never with anything close to decent results. you can usually get the basic tune there in the background, but then over the top of it you get all this other ****. and the programs i've used have never been able to seperate instruments. not surprising as this could be close to impossible for a computer to do.
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    I've tried intelliscore and it made even the simplest song sound like a slowly dying wildebeast. some people say it works, but i can't make it.
  3. Durden

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    Tried the Inetlliscore..........

    Just do the thing yourself
    Easy answers usually aren't answers at all.!!
  4. saxmidiman

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    Don't bother.

    Multi instruments cannot be done with it.
    Polyphonic instrument by itself will work, but the result is not very satisfying.

    It's easier just to do it by ear yourself.

    If you want, get something called a Chronotron for Windows media player or Winamp and slow down the tracks so you can hear everything. (It can change speed without altering pitch. You have to see to beleive).
  5. voice of god

    voice of god Prodigal Pyjamas Pervert Staff Member Super Mod

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    HA!~~~:laugh: :laugh: I've heard some bands who can do that too...
  6. floydlax16

    floydlax16 New Member

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    ....Iam not very good with a Wav to Midi converter every time i try and make one it sounds VERY bad so i gave up. I think you need to be skilled in sequencing to convert adn make it sound good....practice practice i guess?
  7. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    No, it's just impossible. There is no way to convert polyphonic streaming audio files to a tracked form, and sequencing has nothing to do with converting- WAV > MIDI is ANTI-sequencing.
  8. skeez

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    it works, but it is very messy
  9. dueerboy83

    dueerboy83 New Member

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    they dont sound very good
  10. samicharmed

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    I don't think so, I've been searching for it too, but i've found nothing. Sorry!!
  11. Cho Chang

    Cho Chang Seeker

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    nope, it doesn't work.. it sucks... it's impossible
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