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Wav-2-Midi is a stand-alone application that converts a WAVfile containing audio of a guitar playing, to a MIDI file with the same information. This version of Wav-2-Midi is capable of monotonic note detection, as well as an auto-velocity detection feature, (which can be turned off, if the user wishes). Also, the sensitivity of the note-detection algorithm is adjustable, allowing you to configure the conversion to your own playing style. The appearance of the application is also user-specific, allowing you to adjust the colors and appearance of all text and buttons. Other options for display incorporate skins you can make yourself to adjust the application to look the way you want. It also includes a WAV Editor for playing and recording WAV files, as well as a MIDI File Player for listening to the MIDI files produced by the conversion.
Price USD15
License Free to try
File Size 2.65 MB
Version 1.0
Operating System Windows 95 Windows NT Windows Windows 98
System Requirements Windows 95/98/NT
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