After the conversion completes successfully or if you click the Stop button, intelliScore then displays a Results window that tells you the name and location of the MIDI file, some information that it has estimated about your music, and asks you what you would like to do next.
Note the name and location of the MIDI file so that you will be able to find it later.
Based on your audio file, intelliScore automatically estimates the following:
Major or minor key
Overall tuning in cents. There are 100 cents between one musical note and the next, so the range is +50 to - 50, with 0 being perfect pitch.
Overall tempo in beats per minute
Overall meter (time signature)
IntelliScore applies these estimates to your project settings. If you want to modify any of them, click the Adjust These Settings button to open the Project Editor.
IntelliScore asks you what you would like to do next by providing a list of common actions:
Play original audio and MIDI together in SyncPlayer. You can compare the files to evaluate conversion results.
Open MIDI file in MIDI editor/notation software. See the musical notation and edit the MIDI file. (Click the Setup button to specify your MIDI editor/notation software.)
Convert again using detected/adjusted settings. Converting again generally improves accuracy.
Modify project settings. You can adjust settings and convert again.
Save project settings. You can reuse these settings later for similar music.
Build a score by adding another track to this MIDI file (Ensemble Edition only). Build a MIDI score by recording and converting one track at a time.
With the exception of Convert again using detected/adjusted settings and Build a score by adding another track to this MIDI file, the Results window stays open so you can select multiple actions in any sequence you desire. Click the Close button when you are finished.
Item Accelerator Key Minimum Value Maximum Value Default Value
Adjust These Settings A
What Would You Like To Do Now? Play in SyncPlayer