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Noodle Notation recorder

A recording device that translates notes into musical notation
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I'm not sure if this idea is necessary, but a jazz musician, or even someone who amid laughter sits down at the piano and starts to play would appreciate more than just a sonic recording of an impromptu session at the ivories or trashcan lids or bannister. (If this has been done I'd be obligated to see where's it baked at.) So a notation recorder would not only record the music, but also spit out the notes as notation to the trusty Mac or PC for further squidging. Mayb e I'm simply thinking of a standard digital tape recorder... The device would somehow combine a sample with notation software... It would sort-of replace the fancy Yamaha player piano that gives you mechanical playback & notation of your noodles.
cloudface, Feb 25 2005

Intelliscore http://www.intellis....html?src=audiomidi
Can't endorse this myself, but it's free so why not try it out? [wagster, Feb 25 2005]

AKoff http://www.akoff.com/
Or there's this one. [wagster, Feb 25 2005]


       I've seen this done on a pc. I'll see if I can find a link.
etherman, Feb 25 2005

       Cubasis does this.
angel, Feb 25 2005

       Is it any good at it?
wagster, Feb 25 2005

       (After a long delay): Yes, excellent. You play, it records MIDI which it can convert to score.
Apparently (though I can't confirm this), Sibelius can do the opposite: you scan a printed score and it plays the notes.
angel, Jun 24 2005


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