AmazingMIDI v1.70
by Araki Software
(Araki Software Website)

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Operating System: Windows XP/2000/NT/ME/98/95
File Size: 742 KB
License: Freeware (All Free software)
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Last Updated: 2003-08-20
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Software Description

AmazingMIDI automatically transcribes music, converting WAV files into MIDI files. It can recognize single-instrument polyphonic music. It's a powerful tool to help you to transcribe music, to practice musical instruments and to make MIDI files, and so on.

AmazingMIDI creates an Output File (.mid) from an Input File (.wav) that contains musical data, and a Tone File (.wav) that consists of monotone data. AmazingMIDI analyzes the Input File, assuming that every sound in the file is played with the same tone color as the one in the Tone File. As a result, even if the music contains several different instruments, AmazingMIDI writes down all detected notes as a single-instrument music.

The quality of music recognition depends on the tone color of the music. AmazingMIDI is suitable for analyzing the precise-frequency attenuating sounds like piano or guitar. The drum sound becomes only noise.

Currently, automatic music transcription has no substantial solution in general, but with some restrictions of the domain, it can be both possible and useful. AmazingMIDI is one of these systems, and is still in its infancy. However, again, it's a powerful chord analyzer.

What's new:

  • AmazingMIDI is now freeware! Thanks to all who have previously registered, your support is really appreciated!
  • Expanded maximum file size up to 1024 seconds (17 mins 4 seconds)

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interested in such ideas

hello, i was using a previous program which did similar things..the quality was ok apart from a few messy notes...
mostly piano stuff worked ok...recently i saw another program with lots of fine tuning controls..the example files
showed amazing accurate quality..even human singing voices!!!...
i collect SACD music and found strange link..with what you do here...very old recordings from 1950s transcribed
into hi res midi data...fine tuned then used to play back on midi controlled steinway piano
thus a recording had been turned into a performance! with no piano player !!
another idea is to transcribe much older recordings (boogie woogie piano)
into midi to provide sheet music to teach new players...
i hope you will continue this project...

Tried this program

Downloaded the audio off of a video clip piano recording, and it converted it quite well - not perfectly, but fairly well.

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