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Re: scoring and notation software

Hi Bob,

The plugin and application Melodyne does convert an audio file of
multi part music into MIDI. If you run the Melodyne plugin inside a
DAW with score printing you can tidy it up and press Print (Logic,
Cubase, Pro Tools, DP...).

The soon to ship Ableton Live version 9 will also be able to analyze
multi part audio and make a MIDI file of it. But Live doesn't have a
score edit.

If the audio file is monophonic (not recorded multi part music) I
think most DAWs can convert it to MIDI. For Logic, that I prefer, this
has been possible for... well many years, don't remember when this
function first came. I often use it to make string or synth parts: I
grab my Stratocaster, plug it in, play the line and convert the audio
to MIDI before patching up a synth or nice sampler patch to it.

Greetings from Sweden

Per Boysen

On Sat, Feb 9, 2013 at 1:06 AM, RP Collier <skeptikalist@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi
> Is there any music scoring/notation software that you can drop an audio
> track into
> and the program will map the audio in sheet music notation so you can 
> print
> it out as sheet music?
> As in automatically with as little typing input and twiddling as 
> possible?
> Accuracy isn't even really an issue. Some interesting variations might 
> arise
> from inaccuracies.
> BobC
> http://rpcollier.bandcamp.com/album/iterations