A powerful Audio To MIDI Converter (MP3 to MIDI, WAVE to MIDI) with many extended options.
Imagine the creative potential of a musical mind like Mozart's, and how much more prolific his genius may have been if he had not had to spend all that time writing it down. With a quill pen dipped in ink, no less. Undoubtedly, the creative flow of musicians has been enhanced by digital tools, and music lovers everywhere benefit from the increased access to new and independently-produced music. WIDI Recognition System has enhanced features for automated music recognition and transcription, converting MP3 to MIDI format with an intelligent interface and Recognition Wizard.
TrueTone Editor is the tool in the Professional Edition that allows users to correct the results of automatic recognition with a visual comparison of spectrogram peaks to the notes.
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Realtime plugin for Audio to MIDI conversion available in VST or Audio Unit form.
It is a realtime Audio to MIDI conversion plugin. The plugin receives input from an audio channel and performs realtime music recognition. Several MIDI output methods can be chosen. Detected notes, signal spectrum and chord names are displayed in the plugin window. Adjustable recognition parameters allow improving transcription quality.
VST edition supports most of VST capable sequencers (VST hosts) for Microsoft Windows and macOS.
Audio Unit edition is compatible with many popular Audio Unit-compatible audio production systems for macOS.
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Inexpensive simple piano-roll MIDI Editor for Windows.
Able MIDI Editor is a music editor for Windows. It enables you to compose and edit music in MIDI form. The Editor is designed similarly to a Piano Roll, i.e. the time axis is located horizontally, and different positions on the vertical line correspond to different pitches.
Able MIDI Editor's unique feature is the ability of precise bar-line arrangement. You can adjust bars manually, so that majority of notes do not cross bar lines, and the sound of the piece is not altered. In particular, this might be very useful when preparing data recorded with a MIDI Keyboard for score printing.
Sophisticated MIDI features such as controllers or pedals are not supported.