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TS-AudioToMIDI is a reliable utility that enables you to convert digitized music into MIDI sequences
Unlike other programs it can process the polyphonic music (that is having many tones or voices). What takes several hours of hard work even for a well-trained musician will be a matter of some few minutes for TS-AudioToMIDI. TS-AudioToMIDI can operate in two recognition modes: off-line and real-time.
In off-line mode TS-AudioToMIDI creates MIDI sequences from input files (like mp3s or audio CD tracks). This gives you numerous possibilities such as: upload your favorite melody to your web page, play it on your cell phone, use it in your MIDI instrument for training or for background, use it in a MIDI editor (and thus print your MIDI files as musical notation), make a preview of your mp3 collection (saves traffic on your web site).
In real-time mode TS-AudioToMIDI instantly converts music coming through microphone or line input of your computer into a MIDI sequence. Think of this mode as a powerful music processor, which allows some non-MIDI instrument (like a guitar) to sound as a violin or a piano or whatever instrument you've got in your MIDI synthesizer.
TS-AudioToMIDI is a truly powerful tool for automated recognition of polyphonic music. Music recognition is what musician does when playing music by ear and then recording it to staves. This program analyzes the input waveform and tries to detect what notes were played.
TS-AudioToMIDI is able to both recognize pre-recorded audio files and perform recognition in real-time.
Recognizing the pre-recorded music provides the possibility to convert digital sound (mp3, wav, CD tracks etc.) to the MIDI format. Real-time recognition is a process performed in real-time, without noticeable delay. The detected notes can be either recorded as MIDI file or played in real time, or both.
As MIDI file is, in fact, a layout of music, you can change its arrangement in contrast to digital sound. Instruments, number of voices or melody itself can be easily modified using any third-party score editor, which allows creating remixes or variations.
-Both Monophonic and polyphonic recognition modes, four recognition algorithms.
-Both real-time and pre-recorded modes of sound recognition are possible.
-Manual and auto tuning to correct possible audio signal frequency deviation from the standard note frequencies.
-Many possible input file formats, including mp3 and CD-Tracks.
-Real-time Spectrum window controlled by Graphical Equalizer.
-Sensor selectivity and sharpness controls with graphic representation are provided.
-Graphic Harmonic Model control, setting up first four harmonics of recognized instrument.
-Note duration filter allowing to ignore accidental short notes when recording to the built-in sequencer.
-Output note filter, allowing to ignore notes of pre-set loftiness with ability to select note interval and/or presumed key.
-Resulting MIDI signal transposition possible.
-Ability to save settings both combined into one file and separately for each control
-Processor: Pentium 75, Pentium 266 or faster for real-time recognition.
-OS: Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, XP or Windows NT.
-Hard disk: less than 1 Mb for the program + extra free space for files recognition and result MIDI files.
-Devices: Sound card required for real-time recognition, microphone recommended.
-Software: IE 3.02 or later required for reading this Help file.
-The only limitation of the 30-days trial version is the inability to save the output to a MIDI file, but you can still listen to the results! The length of the input file is not limited.
When it comes to converting digitized music into MIDI sequences, this tool really works and it does it easy and flawless.