TS-AudioToMIDI performs automated recognition of polyphonic music, stored in MP1, MP2, MP3, MPP, MPA, AIF, SND, AU, WAVE formats as well as audio CD tracks. In real-time mode it instantly converts music coming through the microphone or line input of your computer into a MIDI sequence.
Recognizing pre-recorded music allows converting digital sound to MIDI format. MIDI file takes hundreds times less space than any digital sound format, which allows you to use it as a melody for your web page or make a preview of your mp3 Internet music collection. 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, variations and printing musical notation. You may even put the melody in your mobile phone!
On-fly recognition is a process performed in real-time, without noticeable delay. Detected notes can be either recorded or played in real time, or both. Thus you can change instruments in real-time, for example, play the guitar and get piano sound.
TS-AudioToMIDI provides four different note detection algorithms. A number of filtering options allows to leave aside odd notes. Monophonic methods provide recognition of one (the loudest) voice in melody but with great accuracy. Polyphonic method transcribes several voices.
» version 3.30 - posted on 2004-08-10
Separate Spectrum Window added so spectrum can be demonstrated
in class room to a larger audience.
EULA - End User License Agreement
Your use of TS-AudioToMIDI indicates that you accept the terms and conditions stipulated in this license agreement and warranty statement. Please carefully read these terms and conditions prior to the use of this software.
TS-AudioToMIDI is distributed as Shareware with a 30-day trial period. This means that you may try the unregistered version of the program for a maximum of 30 days from the day when you first try it, after which you must remove TS-AudioToMIDI from your computer. If you want to continue using the program, you must register it and pay for a user license. The license is valid for one single user only and cannot be transferred or resold.
You are expected to use TS-AudioToMIDI on your system and to thoroughly evaluate usefulness and functionality of the product before making a purchase. This "try before you buy" approach is the ultimate guarantee that TS-AudioToMIDI will perform to your satisfaction; therefore, you understand and agree that there is no refund policy for any purchase of this software.
You may give unmodified copies of TS-AudioToMIDI Trial Version Setup program to anyone, and distribute the TS-AudioToMIDI Trial Version Setup program in its unmodified form via electronic means (Internet, shareware distribution libraries, CD-ROMs, etc.). Anyone who thus receives and installs TS-AudioToMIDI that has been redistributed from you will be subject to the same terms and conditions of this License Agreement. You may not charge any fee for the copy, use or distribution of TS-AudioToMIDI, except for the distribution net cost. You must clearly represent to the recipient that TallStick Software is the publisher of TS-AudioToMIDI.
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