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IntelliScore helps to convert audio and MP3 to score
and multi-track MIDI files.
IntelliScore is the world's only
multi-drum audio to score converter
Now includes Lead Sheet Creator and Score Builder
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Below are answers to some of the most
frequently asked questions about intelliScore Ensemble Edition. If you
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What is the Ensemble Edition?
IntelliScore Ensemble is the only
product in the world that helps you transcribe music by listening to a
musical audio file (CD, WAV, MP3, WMA, AAC, AIFF) comprised of several
different instruments including drums and creating a multiple track music score in the
form of a MIDI file containing an estimate of the notes and drums played, broken
down by instrument. Technically, this is known as multi-timbral
IntelliScore Ensemble is the only product in the world that can
listen to a percussion track comprised of several different drums
and convert it to a multi-drum MIDI file. Unlike other products that
merely find the beats in recorded audio and trigger a single drum,
intelliScore actually listens to the sound of each drum hit and attempts
to identify which drum(s) produced each beat.
IntelliScore Ensemble also includes
several tools to help you be more productive with multi-instrument
music. Using its Score Builder, you can build a multi-track MIDI score
one track at a time by singing or playing a non-MIDI instrument. Its
Lead Sheet Creator can help detect the lead part from a multi-instrument
audio recording and create a MIDI file containing this lead along with
detected chord names.
What are ensembles?
Ensembles are a grouping of instruments
that perform together to create a single piece of music.
How do I use ensembles?
Although intelliScore’s capabilities
are revolutionary, to obtain best results you need to tell intelliScore
what instruments are present in the original music. If desired,
for higher accuracy, you may also specify the pitch range played by each
instrument in the musical piece, the polyphony or each instrument, and
which stereo channel it’s on. You can mute any instrument
channels that you don't want written to the MIDI file. IntelliScore includes
31 predefined ensembles to get you started, plus you can edit these or
create your own through intelliScore’s Ensemble Editor.
When converting drums, you specify a drum kit. A drum kit is the
set of percussion instruments (such as drums and cymbals) used
in the recording. IntelliScore Ensemble includes several predefined drum kits to
get you started, plus you can edit
these or create your own through intelliScore’s Drum Kit Editor.
How accurate is it?
Generally, best results are obtained from music
containing only a few instruments. If you use the proper
conversion settings, intelliScore Ensemble can often assign notes to the
correct instrument about 75% of the time. You can then use the
included Anvil Studio or your own MIDI editing tool to see the music score and clean up the notes and instrument assignments.
Note that if the music contains two or more instruments that are very
similar to each other, such as a violin and viola (or for example
acoustic snare and electric snare in the case of a drum solo),
intelliScore will have a harder time distinguishing between them, just
like a human would.
Although intelliScore Ensemble can
convert music with pitched instruments and percussion mixed together,
best results are obtained when they are separate.
How do the Ensemble and Polyphonic editions compare?
You can choose the Polyphonic Edition to
convert audio to score if
your music contains only one type of instrument and no percussion.
That instrument can be polyphonic (playing several notes at the same
time) or monophonic (one note at a time).
If your music contains more than one instrument at a time or percussion,
you should choose the Ensemble Edition to obtain the best results.
The Ensemble Edition also contains all the capabilities of the
Polyphonic Edition and works equally well with single-instrument music.
How do I buy it?
Be sure to download
the demo so you can determine how intelliScore works with your
music. You can also listen to some MP3 to MID sample
files so you can compare intelliScore’s MIDI files with the
original audio. When you are ready, visit our purchasing
page to place your order.
Why should I buy from Innovative Music Systems?
We have been in business since 1998 and
have sold thousands of copies of intelliScore to musicians like
you. We are experts at automated music conversion; it’s all we
do. We are constantly working on ways to make our products even
better and provide free unlimited technical support via email.