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Originally posted by i Robot Drone If you have a computer that is capable of running Celemony's MelodyneStudio software (http://www.celemony.com), and a sweet, dulcet, vocal tone, you'll be able to record your vocals into this software recording environment and convert your monophonic vocal passages to MIDI data. Of course your computer will need to have an audio interface, with perhaps a mic pre built in if you don't have something already. I've been amazed at what this program can do with audio. Hopefully this is helpful in your quest for a gizmo for vocal to MIDI conversion...
Originally posted by MidiMagic Of course, it won't be a voice anymore. MIDI just records the notes sung (in a sheet-music format), not the sounds made or the phomemes used.But if you do get a MIDI representation of your voice, you can make an instrument track what you sing.Repeat after me:"MIDI does not transfer or record sound. It records the sheet music of what the notes played were, plays that sheet music into a sounder later, and synchronizes recording equipment."
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