Digital Ear

Digital Ear 7.0

Digital Ear can analyze a live or recorded solo performance and convert it

If you are looking for a tool to convert WAV files or a solo live recording to MIDI files, then one of the best tools you can use is Digital Ear from Epinoisis Software. It has most of the features required, such as the possibilities of modifying the tempo and the pitch, of repairing de-tuned melodies, of performing selective modifications with the area correction tool, etc.

It is a user-friendly tool, so you will not have to be an expert to operate Digital Ear. Everything is just a few clicks away, right from loading a new WAV file to converting it into MIDI, as well as the tuning of de-tuned melodies, the correction or modification of pitch or tempo in your melody, or the fixing of a part of a tune via the area correction tool. The feature that allows you to zoom in and out the wave graph to then perform the required operations more accurately is something that is not always available in similar tools. You can also hear the changed/converted file right from Digital Ear.

You may try the free demo version of Digital Ear and decide for yourself whether you want to buy it or not. However, if you want to try the Real-time audio-to-MIDI feature you will need to go for the full.

Gavin Mike
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Review summary

Pros

  • Easy to use and operate
  • Fast convertion process
  • Built-in high-quality WAV and MIDI player

Cons

  • Demo version does not offers the real-time audio-to-MIDI converter
  • Only supports monophonic solo (one note at a time, no chords)
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