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Convert WAVE to MIDI using intelliScore for music notation, finding chord names,
music transcription, live performance and making a multi-track MIDI score from multi-instrument audio files.
IntelliScore is the world's only multi-instrument,
multi-drum WAVE to MIDI converter.
Now includes Score Builder and Lead Sheet Creator
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IntelliScore can convert
WAVE to MIDI, AAC to MIDI.
Compose MIDI music simply by singing or playing any instrument.
- Do you want to use your analog instrument as a MIDI controller but don't want to pay for an expensive MIDI pickup?
- Have you ever been struck in a great moment of inspiration and recorded a great new idea for a song or a hot new lick, but now can't remember what notes you played?
- Are you a music teacher who needs an easier way to write down a practice sequence for your student?
- Do you have a recording of a drum solo and you want to see what you played?
- Or, are you a music copyist who is looking for a quicker alternative to playing an audio recording of a song over and over to pick out the notes and write them down?
Electronic equipment and computer software
have been available for many years to record music in the form of a MIDI
file so it could later be automatically converted into notation, played
back using the sounds in your sound card or MIDI-enabled musical
instruments, edited in a sequencer, or used on Web pages as a space-saving
alternative to audio files. The catch is that the music has to be entered
by hand or "played in" on a MIDI-enabled instrument, so you have
to know how to play the song in order to create the MIDI file.
A few products have been recently
developed that will allow you to sing or play a single non-MIDI
instrument, determine the notes you played, and write them to a MIDI file
or control another instrument. The catch here, of course, is that these
products can only convert songs containing a single instrument or played
monophonically -- one note at a time. That's fine if you sing solo or play
a solo on an instrument such as a flute or horn.
However, most prerecorded WAVE and
other music files contain several instruments playing
polyphonically. Attempts have been made over the last 25 years to
create an automatic music conversion system that converts
multi-instrument polyphonic WAVE to MIDI, for example:
- Music played by a group of people such as a band or orchestra
- One person playing an instrument that produces more than one note at a time, such as a guitar or piano
- Recordings of non-pitched instruments, such as drums
Unfortunately, this dream has proved to be
elusive. If you wanted multi-instrument WAVE and other files to be converted to MIDI, you simply had no alternative but to
succumb to the often tedious and time-consuming task of picking out all the
notes yourself, time that could be better spent on more creative
Finally, the result of a spark of a dream
and many years of research, Innovative Music Systems, Inc. has created the
world's first and only software capable of multi-instrument, polyphonic
AAC to MIDI and WAVE to MIDI conversion. IntelliScore WAVE to MIDI converter comes in two editions:
- Ensemble Edition:
WAVE to MIDI converter incorporating Innovative Music Systems'
breakthrough multiple-instrument conversion technology. IntelliScore
Ensemble is the only product in the world that can listen to a musical
audio file comprised of several different instruments including drums and
convert it to a file containing the notes and drums played, broken down by instrument. It
can also convert a percussion recording comprised of several
different drums to a multi-drum MIDI file, not merely find the beats
and trigger a single drum as other products do. For more information,
read the full Ensemble Edition MP3 to
Score Frequently Asked Questions.
IntelliScore Ensemble also works on single-instrument music, played
polyphonically or monophonically.
- Polyphonic Edition:
All the great features of the Ensemble Edition, except it is limited to
converting single-instrument WAVE and other audio files to MIDI, played
polyphonically or monophonically and without percussion. This bargain
priced edition is perfect if you work with single-instrument music.
For answers to common questions, visit our
audio to notation FAQ page.
Check out what
musicians have said about intelliScore on our review page.
Learn more about converting MP3 to MIDI and other
View our audio to midi tutorial videos.
Convert audio to MIDI in 3 steps:
- Simply copy a recording of
guitar, voice, etc. into the computer from an existing audio file
(such as WAVE or AAC), an audio CD, a tape recording or other audio
source. You can also record directly into intelliScore. The music
can even contain several notes at the same time, such as chords, and
- Follow the instructions in the
easy to use wizard. IntelliScore music conversion software helps transcribe your
WAVE to MIDI file, ready for
cleanup through a sequencer.
- Then, open the MIDI file in the
included Anvil Studio or
your favorite sequencer or notation program to: Play it... Notate or
tab it... Print it**... Transpose it... Change individual notes...
Switch or mute instruments... It's now a
MIDI file -- you can do whatever you want with it.
Convert live audio to MIDI in 3 steps:
- Select one of the predefined
instrument templates or create your own with the easy-to-use wizard.
- Connect your instrument or a
microphone to the input on your computer and set the recording volume level.
- Begin singing or playing your
instrument. You are now controlling your synthesizer or recording
into your sequencer in near realtime. You can even play several notes at
once, such as chords!
** Printing from included Anvil
Studio requires purchase of optional Print
Uses for intelliScore
- Prerecorded music.
Helps you figure out the notes, chords, and key present in prerecorded
WAVE or other audio files and CDs, especially when you don't
know (or don't remember) how to play it. In conjunction with sequencer
or notation software such as the included Anvil
Studio, you can view and edit notation and guitar tablature from the generated MIDI
- Analog instruments.
Use your analog musical instrument as a near realtime MIDI controller or
record directly into sequencers. Effects such as pitch bend, vibrato,
brightness, tremolo, and portamento are faithfully recreated on those
instrument tracks that are monophonic.
- Do the impossible.
After converting WAVE to MIDI, you can do things that can be impossible with audio files, such as
changing individual notes and swapping or muting individual instruments.
- Build a score.
Build a multi-track MIDI score one track at a time by singing or playing a non-MIDI
instrument directly into intelliScore while listening to the existing
- Chord names and key.
IntelliScore suggests complementing chord names from a set of 144 different chords based on the notes
in your WAVE or other music files, as well as the overall
key, and writes this information to generated MIDI files. It also
displays detected chord names in real time mode.
- Drummers too.
IntelliScore Ensemble can convert percussion to a
multi-drum MIDI file.
- Create lead sheets.
Helps isolate the lead instrument
or singing part from
stereophonic WAVE or other audio files and writes it to a
MIDI file along with detected chord names. Just add lyrics within your
- Tune your
instrument. Tune your guitar
or bass guitar using the visual pitch indicator in live performance
- Remove vocals.
Helps remove vocals from
stereophonic WAVE or other files for karaoke
You can use MIDI files generated
by intelliScore to create your own custom ringtones for your cell
- Save space.
Share your ideas with others via
the Internet. MIDI files improve download time and save space compared
to WAVE and other audio files.
The table below compares the capabilities
of the two editions of intelliScore to help you decide which edition is
right for you. Simply click on any feature to learn more about it.
(Ensemble Edition only)
Drum Kit Editor
(Ensemble Edition only)
New Project Wizard
Real Time Control Panel
(Master MIDI File - Ensemble
Direct CD Transfer
- 1 GHz or faster processor (Works on a Macintosh in conjunction with Windows
running under Boot
Camp, VirtualBox, Parallels
Desktop or Fusion.)
Windows 8/7/Vista (32-bit and 64-bit, not RT) with 1 GB of RAM, or Windows XP (32-bit) with 512 MB of RAM
Speakers or earphones
Mouse or compatible pointing device
- Sequencer and/or notation
software to edit MIDI files and see the notes and/or tablature,
such as the included Anvil
free virtual MIDI driver
MIDI interface and MIDI instrument to play MIDI data
CD-ROM drive to install the boxed version of the program and/or
play audio CDs