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Logic 8 is it possible to use logic convert audio to midi

Discussion in 'Logic 8' started by supermarky, May 19, 2010.

  1. supermarky

    supermarky New Member

    does logic have what sibelius 6 has: a midi recording out of microphone or cd / mp3 VST plug in?!?!?!
  3. Per Boysen

    Per Boysen Senior member

    It is not a real-time process in Logic. But there are several ways of converting recorded audio to MIDI. Worked very well last time I checked.
  4. supermarky

    supermarky New Member

    thanks if anybody can point me towards a method for giving it a try I'd appreciate it!
  5. Per Boysen

    Per Boysen Senior member

    "google it" in the manual. Typing in something like "convert to midi" would probably call up a lot of hints.
  6. supermarky

    supermarky New Member

    I think something's wrong with my logic help it's never turned up with anything I've searched for, this is no exception .. .
  7. Markdvc

    Markdvc Administrator Staff Member

    Please provide some system details as listed out in Rule 4:

    kind regards

  8. Sascha Franck

    Sascha Franck Senior member

    It's called "audio to midi" and can be found in the sample/audio editor. Works rather well on "only rhythmic" stuff, ok-ish on some monophonic material, not at all for polyphonic signals.
    If you want/need to do this more often, and more or less stay inside Logic, Melodyne with it's new DNA feature might be worth a try. Not only does it a rather excellent job of extracting MIDI from monophonic audio, meanwhile this also works for polyphonic signals (mind you, they still need to be rather clear signals). Not exactly a cheap solution, but probably the best there is on the market.

    - Sascha
  9. supermarky

    supermarky New Member

    logic 8 (Academic), 10.5.8 mac, 4 x 2.5 GHz power pc G5, 5.5 GB DDR2 SDRAM

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