Re: Wav to MIDI converter

D F Tweedie

Melodyne 4 has been released in the last few months. Presumably they have continued to improve it.

DF Tweedie
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From: "'Bob 'Notes' Norton' norton@... [Band-in-a-Box]"
To: Band-in-a-Box@...
Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2016 2:19 PM
Subject: Re: [Band-in-a-Box] Wav to MIDI converter

I tried the 30 trial for Melodyne a year or so ago. I had trouble with
polyphonic parts, either not recognizing all the notes, or putting extra
notes in. Perhaps a learning curve of more than a couple of weeks was
needed, and perhaps they have gotten better since then (software is
always improving). In any case, it doesn't hurt to give it a try.

On 4/13/2016 12:20 PM, D F Tweedie bienpegaito@... [Band-in-a-Box]
> <...snip...>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 fla gship, 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.<...>

Bob "Notes" Norton
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