as of 07/31/2021 (Details)
IntelliScore Ensemble MP3 to MIDI Converter helps you transcribe music. It listens to your multiple-instrument CD audio, WAV, MP3, AAC, AIF and WMA files and helps create multi-track MIDI (.mid) files containing the notes and drums played broken down by instrument, chord names and key. Then you can take those MIDI files and view the notation, change individual notes, and swap or mute instruments. You can also compose MIDI music in real-time by singing or playing any instrument. Are you looking for an easier way to get musical notation from recorded music? Want to play along to a favorite song but just can't quite differentiate between the guitar and bass parts? Let intelliScore do the difficult work for you. Spend more time making music and less time figuring out the notes. Additional features: See the names of the chords and key present in your audio file. Rip CD music, convert it to MIDI (.mid) file, then play it in your MIDI keyboard. Build a multi-track MIDI score one track at a time by singing or playing a non-MIDI instrument. Helps create a lead sheet by detecting the lead part from a multi-instrument audio file or CD. Runs on a PC with Windows 8/7/Vista/XP. Also works on a Macintosh in conjunction with Windows running under Boot Camp, VirtualBox, Parallels Desktop or Fusion. Results vary. We recommend you try the demo version (available at the intelliScore web site) to determine if intelliScore will meet your needs prior to ordering.
- Helps figure out the notes, chord names, and key present in multiple-instrument MP3, WAV, and WMA files and CDs
- Unlike "pitch detectors", intelliScore Ensemble can convert music that contains more than one note at a time
- Expression nuances such as pitch bend, vibrato, tremolo, and portamento are preserved on instrument tracks that contain one note at a time
- View and edit scores and individual tracks once your WAV, MP3, WMA, or CD files are converted into MIDI
- Sing or play a non-MIDI instrument and see the notes appear in the included Anvil Studio or your own MIDI sequencer