Audio File Name, Audio Tab
User Level: Basic, Advanced
MIDI File Usage: Playback, Notate
You should specify multiple audio files only all of them share similar instrumentation, for example, if they are all piano solos. If you intend to use the generated MIDI for notation, you should specify only one audio file at a time.
The "File Name" drop-down list box displays all the audio files currently selected for conversion to MIDI files. You may leave it empty to specify live performance mode. To add existing MP3, WMA, AAC, AIFF and/or wave files to the list, click the button with the Folder icon to open a dialog window. After selecting an audio file and closing the dialog, its name is added to the File Name list box. To remove an audio file from the list, select it and blank it out. Clicking the button with the Sine Wave icon launches the audio editor specified in the Options Window, allowing you to hear the selected audio file. Clicking the button with the Microphone icon opens the Record Audio File window, where you can record a new audio file directly into intelliScore by playing a musical instrument, singing, etc. and add it to the File Name list box. Clicking the button with the CD icon opens the direct CD transfer window, where you can record a new audio file simply by selecting a track on an audio CD and add it to the File Name list box.
Record Audio File