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Experimenting with Melodyne DNA To MIDIConversion

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I just published a video demonstrating how you can leverage Melodyne’s Direct Note Access to MIDI to extract a piano performance and use it to play various samples piano libraries (in this case  NOIRE and UNA CORDA). Amazing potential! Enjoy.

Melodyne Direct Note Access To MIDI | Feat: Una Corda - NOIRE | River Flows In You by Yiruma

 

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Thanks for posting the video Simeon.  The timing is so strange as I am currently performing a similar experiment to learn about using Melodyne's audio to midi engine.

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How well does DNA work for picking drum tracks out of an existing, full song? I.E. if I upload "The Trooper" from Iron Maiden, will it give me the MIDI notes so I can plug that into Superior Drummer?

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if you have the Melodyne studio version it might be easier to identify the drums but there are limited to what is can do by itself. once thought - use RX-7 (or RX-8) to rebalance to drums (mostly) then use Melodyne to extract the notes (although you'll probably notice the Melodyne's percussion algorithm has limits because of non-pitched material, still worth a try). another option is import the file into Band In A Box and see if it can extract an equiv drum performance...

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