Convert recording into MIDI

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Hey guys, I'm pretty new to LMMS and music software in general.

I heard about a way to easily get ideas from you head to the piano roll quickly, by humming or singing the notes, then converting them to MIDI format.

like this: https://www.musicradar.com/tuition/tech ... daw-641094

or this: https://www.dawsons.co.uk/blog/how-to-c ... audio-midi

Some software has this built in, and I was wondering if there was an easy way to do this in LMMS.

If not, is there a VST plugin that anyone knows of that can do this?


I tested the idea by whistling into my phone, copying the file to my pc, then converting it to a MIDI on some online converter website. Then I had to find and drag it onto the song editor.

It actually did a pretty good job of placing the notes, So I know it is possible.

Just the amount of time it takes to go through all those steps kinda ruins it.

I know i can plug a headset in and record straight to my PC to bypass one step, but the whole online converting process is a huge pain when trying to quickly add a few notes from your head to the piano roll.

Has anyone figured out an easier way to do this?


Thanks for your time!
zero0000000 wrote:
Wed Apr 03, 2019 9:47 pm
Hey guys, I'm pretty new to LMMS and music software in general.
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Some software has this built in, and I was wondering if there was an easy way to do this in LMMS.
No sorry LMMS does not have this feature
If not, is there a VST plugin that anyone knows of that can do this?
Afaik No. The HP you linked to, seams to be able though
Has anyone figured out an easier way to do this?
Well.. kind of, but my take on it was different.. You can see how i suggested it some time ago, here:
https://youtu.be/1LN9jivwRhs

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