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Extracting MIDI from audio

Discussion in 'Recording' started by phulden, Jan 25, 2005.

  1. phulden

    phulden Guest

    I don't know whether this topic has been discussed before. If, please hint me where to go.

    I'd like to have an audio track (just with a single voice) transformed to midi in order to later control an autotune plugin (after some correction) of that very same track.

    Do you know if Cubase / Logic / PT / Wavelab supports this? Any other software dedicated to this matter?

    Or is there a better way to do it? One idea is of course to play along on a midi-keyboard, but since autotune programs can actually analyze in realtime what note the singer intends to sing it should be possible at least to some extent to extract a midi-track.

    Any tips?
     
  2. Nemesys

    Nemesys Guest

    Well certain hardware processors such as one of the TC Helicon models (VoiceOne) will do pitch-to-midi conversion..... but heres one software solution I came across... Its called Autoscore Studio. Its a fairly affordable program.

    http://www.wildcat.com/Site/Homepage.htm

    I don't know the exact manner in which it works... its meant for converting pitch into a musical score that you can print out..... but I assume it probably has an option to also convert to MIDI since thats what the web page seems to say.

    I have Melodyne... which is a neat program..... I have not played with it much though.... dont know if it will do pitch to midi.... might want to check into that.
     
  3. Kev

    Kev Well-Known Member

    The audio track needs to be quite clean and single pitched ....
    errr
    :roll:
    chords are bad

    so far I haven't seen any of these things work with chords
    so don't expect perfection but they are fun and can get you off to a good start
    the future may bring better results
     

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