Audio Instrument/Drum, MIDI Tab
User Level: Basic, Advanced
MIDI File Usage: Playback, Notate
Choose one of the radio buttons to indicate whether or not you know which instruments or drums comprise the original audio.
I know what instruments/drums comprise the original audio: By default, intelliScore Ensemble uses the multi-instrument, multi-channel Example - Piano and Organ if you selected Polyphony in the Pitch tab of the Project Editor, or Basic Drum Kit if you selected Drums only. To better match the actual instruments/drums in your audio to the instruments/drums defined in the ensemble/drum kit, you can select a saved ensemble/drum kit by clicking on the button with the Open Folder icon. Alternately, you may edit the current ensemble by clicking on the button with the Globe icon or edit the current drum kit by clicking on the button with the Drum icon. After selecting or editing an ensemble/drum kit, its name is displayed in the Ensemble/Drum Kit Name box.
(If you have the Polyphonic Edition of intelliScore, you cannot select Drums only. By default, intelliScore assumes that your original audio contains Acoustic Grand Piano. You can change this by adjusting the Instrument in Original Audio to the better match the instrument actually present in the original audio. You can also adjust the Assign to Channel as desired. You can click the Speaker button to hear a patch representing the instrument you selected.)
I DO NOT know what instruments/drums comprise the original audio: In this case all of the detected notes/drum hits will be assigned to a single instrument channel and patch/percussion in the generated MIDI file. By default, intelliScore assigns the notes to the Acoustic Grand Piano patch if you selected Polyphony in the Pitch tab of the Project Editor, or Acoustic Snare percussion if you selected Drums only. You can change this by adjusting the Assign to Patch/Percussion as desired. You can click the Speaker button to hear the patch/percussion.