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|What People Are Saying||Partial Client List|
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|"The plethora of functions and the ease of use put Operating Intelliscore Ensemble WAV to MIDI Converter one the list of the most coveted software of its kind. Well equipped for professionals and easy to understand and use for beginners, this is indeed one of the best apps of its kind."
Softpedia, June 19, 2013
Ensemble WAV to MIDI Converter provides a complex collection of
tools for dissecting a song or musical recording.... The program's
best part was its capability to take any MP3 and convert it to a
MIDI file.... It's impressive how the MIDI correctly recreates the
original's notes and tempo, no matter what instrumentation you
CNET, January 5, 2010
product is powerful and professional as well as easy to use, designed
for common users without computer skills, the interface is quite
easy to operate with intuitive and self explained options. All
process is done at minimal clicks."
August 30, 2011
|"Intelliscore Ensemble is a spectacular application for converting virtually all popular audio file formats to MIDI for easier transcription editing. This software is very intuitive and easy to navigate.... Definitely a valuable tool for any musician." FileCart, December 27, 2006|
Ensemble listens to prerecorded or live music (in WAV, MP3, WMA, or
CD format) comprised of several different instruments, and helps
create a multitrack MIDI file containing the notes played, broken
down by instrument." EQ
Magazine (now part of Electronic Musician),
Tool Box, February 2007
|"Designed to help reduce time spent transcribing, intelliScore Polyphonic 'listens' to prerecorded music (WAV, MP3, or CD format) and creates a MIDI file -- containing the notes played, likely chord names, and overall key -- that's suitable for notation, editing, and playback." Keyboard Magazine, New Gear, September 2004.|
|IntelliScore wss the 29th most downloaded program on Shareware Music Machine out of over 4500 titles.|
|"I can admit with no hesitation that intelliScore Ensemble is a great musical audio file converter, very helpful and easy-to-use software."|
||"IntelliScore is a dynamic, easy-to-use WAV to MIDI file converter that takes musical input from an audio CD, a tape recording, a record, or a WAV file and produces sequencer-ready MIDI files... With adjustable parameters such as pitch, timing, and dynamics, this converter is a valuable tool for musicians, publishers, arrangers, and teachers who work with sheet music or MIDI files..."|
||"Intelliscore Polyphonic is a high-concept piece of software, yet very easy to use. It can take a WAV file and then translate the chords and notes into a MIDI file for regular MIDI use. The actual program takes up only a small part of your desktop and is presented nicely... Good, quality stuff."|
"The Project Wizard steps you through the process of preparing intelliScore for generating MIDI files and is designed to help you achieve the most accurate recognition results in the shortest amount of time."
"Editing your project is easy as well, giving you full access to adjust the timing, pitch, dynamics, and range."
"This program is a WAV to MIDI converter specially designed for those who need a simpler way to notate or process digital music... IntelliScore Polyphonic doesn't require a lot of technical knowledge and will work with any type of WAV file... As musical ideas come to your head, you'll be able to record, convert, process and even print the results."
|"Version 5.0 of Intelliscore provides enhanced pitch- detection algorithms. The program can now derive MIDI data from stereo polyphonic audio tracks and adds support for a wider variety of audio formats, bit depths, and sample rates." Electronic Musician, Rev Up, February 2003|
||"Even though I didn't expect good results I was surprised how accurate detection was for single instrument WAV files....I think intelliScore is really breakthrough software that is still developing and it is on the edge of this technology." Moj mikro, Slovenia's leading PC magazine, February 2001|
|"Intelliscore Music Recognition Software -- Giving You Two Times as Much as the Competition with Polyphonic Conversion." Interview with Joe Kohler, President of Innovative Music Systems, by Michele Wilson-Morris. MusicDish, September 12, 2000|
|"IntelliScore does an impressive job of figuring out what chords are being laid down...and can extract the subtlest notes out of polychords....It does an excellent job at guessing the key, deciding ranges and filtering out cymbal crashes and drums." Jazz Improv, Vol. 2, Number 3, Summer 2000|
||"It is very easy to get up and running and get useful results with Intelliscore.... Intelliscore can be utilized as a compositional aid for generating new ideas."|
music recognition software listens to prerecorded music (in WAV or
MP3 format) and creates a MIDI file that contains the notes played,
the likely chord names, and the overall key...."
Home Recording, December 2001
|IntelliScore was mentioned on the TechTV cable network's show "Call for Help", February 24, 2003|
|June 14, 2010||IntelliScore Ensemble adds drum to MIDI capability to automatic music transcription software|
|November 30, 2006||IntelliScore Ensemble multiple-instrument MP3 to MIDI, WMA to MIDI Converter released|
|June 30, 2004||IntelliScore Polyphonic 6.1 MP3 to MIDI, WAV to MIDI Converter released|
|September 19, 2001||IntelliScore 4.0 adds real-time audio to MIDI conversion|
|October 31, 2000||Intelliscore WAV to MIDI conversion technology receives patent|
|May 9, 2000||Music recognition software frees musicians to be more creative|
|November 19, 1999||IMSysInc announces intelliScore WAV to MIDI converter software|
||IntelliScore technology is utilized in Wind Jewel, an input device providing hands-free computer control or MIDI harmonica.|
|A 6-page tutorial for converting audio to MIDI for cell phone ringtones is included in the "i-Mode Developers Guide," pp. 439-444.|
|A trial version of intelliScore is included on the supplement CD with "Using Audition," an invaluable guide to producing the best-sounding audio tracks from the first recording to the final mix.|
|IntelliScore was mentioned in the "Using and Creating Digital Media" section of Alan Simpson's comprehensive reference book "Windows XP Bible."|
|IntelliScore was evaluated in the Ramon Schalleck master's thesis "Testkorpus für automatische Transkriptionssysteme" (Test Corpus for Automatic Transcription Systems)|
Here are some of unsolicited comments that musicians around the world have said about intelliScore. If you would like to add your comments to this page, please email them to firstname.lastname@example.org:
"I am a producer of electronic music, and your program is awesome for ripping MIDI from songs for remixes."
Kevin K., West Warwick, Rhode Island, USA
"This product is truly innovative and I am hoping to avoid buying a guitar synth by using it instead."
Rajiv M., Bloomingdale, Illinois, USA
"I am a professional musician (35 yrs) with an extensive career and recording track record and I use this software extensively in my recording, composing, transcribing and editing processes."
James P., North Chicago, Illinois, USA
"I am a beat maker, and I have used your product to make some music, even though I don't know how to play any instruments. I think it's great! I sing the beat in my head into a microphone, then convert it to midi, put it into protools, and add sounds from my synthesizer! :)"
Marco A., West Palm Beach, Florida, USA
"This program is awesome. I thought intelliScore Polyphonic had 'lost its mind' - wrong key on a song - but it was right. The musicians' instruments were tuned off key and they recorded the song on the CD off key."
Al G., Pickens, South Carolina, USA
"[I] am basically blown away. It's great....I have tested some MP3s which are big band type arrangements, as well as some Peter Nero jazz piano stuff which has driven me nuts for years in the sense of not really being able to figure out to my satisfaction all that he does....IntelliScore gobbles the whole thing up beautifully, better than I ever could have expected."
Mark C., Plantation, Florida, USA
"I worked with [intelliScore] on a guitar piece by Baden Powell called 'Deve Ser Amor'. I haven't been satisfied with the standard notation or tablature available for this and similar songs. They are generally over-simplified... I can't tell you how amazed I was after the first effort to convert an MP3 file to MIDI. I won't say it is perfect, but so far, I haven't been able to find a material difference between the [MIDI] producted by intelliScore and the music as played by Powell."
Richard F., Moorpark, California, USA
"Quick enough, relatively simple, and successful. Who could ask for more?... IntelliScore is the first and only program to provide practical, polyphonic [music transcription] of sung or played music."
David B., Jerusalem, Isreal
"Go to: www.trumpetsolo.com/music.html There are three music samples there, and this software was the only software that enabled me to make accurate midis from these MP3s, so I could make them into sheet music. This software is essential to anyone who wants to make CDs or do anything with music on their computer!"
Matthew P., USA
"As a musician, I often need to cover other artists' tunes. In the kind of music I do there are not always sheet music versions. I have spent hours using tape recording at 1/2 speed. I use intelliScore to help cut that time down."
Tom F., McLean, Virginia, USA
"My interest in intelliScore originally came about because I had a conversation with someone about whether [automated music transcription] was possible. I was of the opinion that it wasn't possible. That is no longer my opinion."
Martin K., Normanton, West Yorkshire, England
"This is a very good program that has uses you cannot imagine. I have actually improved my singing skills because of it.... All in all this is a terribly fun product to play with."
Thousands of individuals and
institutions across the world use intelliScore. Here is a small
sampling of some of them:
|Access Multimedia||Lyon, France|
|Bartok Conservatory Of Music||Toronto, ON, Canada|
|Booker T. Washington Magnet High School||Montgomery, AL|
|Cedar Ridge Baptist Church||Galena, MO|
|Fourseas Record||Taichung, Taiwan|
|Gannaway Music Farm||Auckland, New Zealand|
|Golden Gate Rhythm Machine||San Francisco, CA|
|Hearhere Sound Services||Quilcene, WA|
|Hills Alliance Church||Baulkham Hills, NSW, Australia|
|Jbs Music, Inc.||Naples, FL|
|LLR Gospel Music, Inc||Broomfield, CO|
|Maryland Ensemble Theatre||Frederick, MD|
|Matthew 25.34-40 Ministries||San Diego, CA|
|Modern World Studio||Las Vegas, NV|
|Musikborsen Vasteras||Vasteras, Sweden|
|Musikschule Arbon||Winden, Switzerland|
|New Covenant Church||East Meadow, NY|
|Newark Public Schools||Newark, AR|
|North Yorkshire Web Sites||Langthorpe, York, Great Britain|
|Northeastern State University||Tahlequah, OK|
|Sonic Tonic||Montreal, QC, Canada|
|St. Gabriel the Archangel Church||McKinney, TX|
|The Word Worship and Discipleship Center||Inverness, FL|
|Tudor Entertainment & Media Services||Trenton, ON, Canada|
|Universidad de Costa Rica||San Jose, Costa Rica|
|University of Notre Dame Band||South Bend, IN|