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Sat, 24 Sep 2005 09:37:31 +0200
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> Dear Sir/madam,
> I am an entry level keyboard player (Not professional). I hope you can help
> me to answer my question.
> Instead of sitting and listening several time to learn and play a music from
> CD's of own choice, is there any software available in the music industry
> to generate notation and chords and that can be printed in sheet music form
> (at least the lead instruments) direct from a CD or MP3 disk . If there any
> software available, could you please advise me whatever may the cost I would
> like to buy it.
That is a *very* *very* _*very*_ difficult task to program - if not
There's exists a few programs which tries to generate MIDI from sound,
but they work best with monophonic music and I would guess that
especially keyboard (piano?) music would be a problem. I also doubt that
the resulting MIDI can be use directly to generate a playable score.
- Notation, Shajik, 2005/09/23
- Re: Notation,
Peter Mogensen <=
- Re: Notation, Peter Mogensen, 2005/09/27