How to Convert WAV to MIDI with Intelliscore Ensemble 8
If you have ever wanted to transcribe music from audio files or CDs, you may have encountered the problem of separating the notes and instruments from each other. This is especially difficult if you have a complex or polyphonic music piece that contains multiple notes and instruments playing at the same time. Fortunately, there is a software tool that can help you with this task: Intelliscore Ensemble WAV to MIDI Converter 8.
Intelliscore Ensemble WAV to MIDI Converter 8 is a software program that can convert audio files (WAV, MP3, WMA, AAC, AIFF) or CDs into MIDI files. MIDI files are digital representations of musical notes and instruments that can be edited, played, or printed as sheet music. Intelliscore Ensemble can handle multiple-instrument music with drums, chords, and key detection. It can also create MIDI files from your voice or any other instrument by using a microphone attached to your computer.
In this article, we will show you how to use Intelliscore Ensemble WAV to MIDI Converter 8 to convert a WAV file into a MIDI file. We will use an example WAV file that contains a piano piece. You can download the example file from here[^1^]. You can also use your own WAV file or CD if you prefer.
Step 1: Download and install Intelliscore Ensemble WAV to MIDI Converter 8
You can download Intelliscore Ensemble WAV to MIDI Converter 8 from the official website[^1^]. The software is available for Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, 10 and 11. The download size is about 5 MB. You can try the software for free for 30 days before purchasing it for $129.
After downloading the software, run the installer and follow the instructions on the screen. You may need to restart your computer after the installation is complete.
Step 2: Launch Intelliscore Ensemble WAV to MIDI Converter 8
After installing the software, launch it from the Start menu or the desktop shortcut. You will see the main window of Intelliscore Ensemble WAV to MIDI Converter 8 as shown below.
The main window consists of four sections: File Selection, Instrument Selection, Output Options, and Results. We will go through each section in detail in the following steps.
Step 3: Select the WAV file you want to convert
In the File Selection section, click on the Browse button and locate the WAV file you want to convert. In our example, we will use the piano.wav file that we downloaded earlier. You can also drag and drop the file into the File Selection section.
After selecting the file, you will see some information about it in the File Selection section, such as its name, size, duration, format, sample rate, and channels. You can also play the file by clicking on the Play button.
Step 4: Select the instruments in your WAV file
In the Instrument Selection section, you need to tell Intelliscore Ensemble what instruments are present in your WAV file. This will help the software to analyze and separate them more accurately.
You can select one or more instruments from the list of presets or create your own custom instrument by clicking on the New button. In our example, we will select Piano from the list of presets since our WAV file contains only piano music.
If you are not sure what instruments are in your WAV file, you can click on the Auto Detect button and let Intelliscore Ensemble try to identify them for you. However, this may not always be accurate, so it is better to select them manually if possible.
Step 5: Choose your output options
In the Output Options section, you can choose how you want your MIDI file to be created and saved.
You can choose between two modes: Quick Mode and Advanced Mode. Quick Mode is faster and simpler but less accurate and customizable. Advanced Mode is slower and more complex but more 061ffe29dd