How do I convert a hummed audio to midi in melodyne?

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yeaokwali
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How do I convert a hummed audio to midi in melodyne?

Post by yeaokwali » Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:08 am

As the title suggest. I'd like to know how to convert a hummed audio line to midi in melodyne. Why this hasn't been answered efficiently boggles my mind considering how long the software has been out. Nothing to complicated, hell something as simple as the mario theme. How would I go about doing this step by step? Why is there not a youtube video containing this information? Considering all the "gurus" out there you'd think someone would have done this already. Simply based on the amount of views it would pull in. There are noob tutorials for literally everything else. From basic sequencing, and wobble bass tutorials, to side-chaining. Nothing really substantial as far as "melodyne for dummies" is concerned. What gives? Anyway if anyone wants to share, and or pm me a method or file demonstrating this effect I would very much appreciate it, and o yea.....put it on youtube.

prebentious
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Re: How do I convert a hummed audio to midi in melodyne?

Post by prebentious » Tue Oct 02, 2012 6:35 am

open the audio file in melodyne
File ---> Save As

Choose to save as a midi file instead of aiff, wav, whatever.

It works

fishmonkey
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Re: How do I convert a hummed audio to midi in melodyne?

Post by fishmonkey » Tue Oct 02, 2012 12:21 pm

methinks you might need a tutorial on how to use Google first...

http://bit.ly/Rxf2cE

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Re: How do I convert a hummed audio to midi in melodyne?

Post by savyurrecords » Tue Oct 02, 2012 2:39 pm

I never fail to chuckle at that!
LMGTFY

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