Like I said, its for little ditties and such. The music I'd like to make is mainly beat orientated (experimental hip hop I guess, Teebs and Flying Lotus is a good example) and half their stuff is a big mess that just kinda works in my ears. To be able to humm a tune in my phone for now and use ableton to correct it into something that works is a godsend for me bearing in mind I have hardly any keys and absolutely no knowledge of writing melodies. I have a good ear for nice sounds but am in very early stages of interpreting them. This is a massive boost for me so thanks again.nuxnamon wrote:good on monophonic stuff... simple chords will work also.. but really it just depends on how good and clear the original material is.. like if the instrument is solo'd , then you have a better chance of getting the correct midi.. if your trying to lift the midi from audio with kicks, snares, etc in the back ground, you'll have less success..doghouse wrote:This does indeed work. It's a multi-step process but I have done it successfully.chapelier fou wrote:Anyway, have a look to Melodyne.
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