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Re: [composers-87] Technical Query Re Notator or Any Other Notation Software

From: The Doghouse NYC S.
Sent on: Friday, July 9, 2010 5:24 PM
We have melodyne at the studio and the thought of using it to score a full legnth piano arrangement is... well daunting would be putting it mildly. Perhaps it warrants another look but in my experience at least, re-playing it as MIDI and going from there is going to be a FAR easier (and cheaper) option, as would be just having someone transcribe it. 

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Nathan Rosenberg
Music Production & Recording
The DoghouseNYC

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On Jul 9, 2010, at 4:57 PM, Monica Hope <[address removed]> wrote:

Thanks Alan - someone else also recommended Celemony's Melodyne and also a new version of Finale.
 
Investigating - but I KNEW it had to be possible.
 
Thanks again,
Monica

On Fri, Jul 9, 2010 at 4:54 PM, alanb / Ars Perspicuus <[address removed]> wrote:
Hey Monica (et al.),


> Is it possible to run an .mp3 recording of a piano arrangement through
> notatoror any other notation software?


There are many audio-to-MIDI programs on the market, most of which I know nothing about and some of which are listed here:


[once you've extracted MIDI data, converting that data to traditional notation should be a trivial exercise]


I believe that Cubase's VariAudio can extract MIDI from audio files, but it's monophonic-only. Perhaps the other major DAW apps have similar mono "pitch correction" capabilities.


I also believe that the best program for extracting MIDI data from polyphonic audio is Celemony's Melodyne.

Watch this and be amazed {it goes 'poly' at about 4:06):


It thrills and fascinates me, both as a composer and as an attorney...  :-)



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  Alan


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Ars Perspicuus

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