Re: Wav to MIDI converter
D F Tweedie
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Depending on how long ago you researched, there has been substantial progress in auto-detection of monophonic audio, i.e., single melody lines, and conversion to MIDI. Were you to have a multi-tracked version of you trio, most flagship DAWs can do this competently. Cubase Pro 8.5 comes to mind as a cross-platform software, i.e., Win & MAC, that is particularly MIDI capable.
Their is only one product of which I am aware that edits polyphonic audio adequately for professional use, Melodyne. While I know it also does audio to MIDI conversion, I am not sure how this works with polyphonic material. Melodyne comes in several iterations and the flagship, Melodyne 4 Studio, is very pricey.
At any rate, as they have a 30 day full functioning trial you have nothing to lose by giving it a spin ... except a lot of money if you end up deciding you need to buy it.
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