Audio to midi conversion time slices vs configurable tempo approaches

Can some elaborate these 2 approaches ?
I am evaluating these to decide which is good for my apps.


namlow 5 years ago | 0 comments

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  • michael.j.mclaughlin20
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    midi conversion takes a sample of audio, analyzes it, and tries its best, based on the harmonics and fundamental frequencies of that clip of audio. What you are left with at the end of that process is a new midi track, a new midi clip with a bunch of notes which ableton thinks are the original notes of the audio clip, and an instrument inside of the midi track.

    I am not exactly sure what you mean by configurable tempo approaches. where did you find this term and what kind of process do you think it means

    In addition, I am a bit of a programmer myself. What exactly are you trying to do? If you do not want to post it on this page, you are more than welcome to email me at "my username"

    5 years ago | 1 comment

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