View Full Version : Does anybody know what this wav -> midi prog is called?

05-01-2006, 06:17 AM
I remember a long time ago using it, and appreciating it's very minimalistic interface that at the same time had small things here and there that made it so incredibly easy to use.

It was a small and minimalistic program, for one. I remember you could give it a sound file to try and match (like, giving it a sound file of a square wave at C2, and any sounds that sounded like a square wave around C2 would be accurately mapped).

It also had a subtle color difference between the black keys and the white keys on the piano roll (which made things so much easier I wonder why more expensive midi programs don't do it), and most importantly, each note on the piano roll were a different shade of blue, with the stronger blues being louder notes, and the whiter blues being softer, which made it even easier to pick out the actual notes, and ignore the noise.

Any thoughts?

05-01-2006, 11:20 AM
Maybe WIDI-Soft?

But don't expect anything. This tool doesn't find everything. I had my probs with a piano playing chords and detailed melodies.

Or you mean "celemony Melodine", but that can't convert into MIDI afaik.

05-01-2006, 12:53 PM
Celemony Melodyne can export to MIDI as per version 2 :).

But it's pretty expensive.

05-01-2006, 01:16 PM
Melodyne Uno then. Monophonic only however.