This software is very useful already I saved a lot of time making transcription,from written musical sheet.I highly encourage,if someone wants download it.This most important feature ,is the files can be transformed to midi format.
Opinion Dear sirs, Your SharpEye seems to me a superb system, but: when I scan music, most of the times many notes come out in a grey shade, and those notes are subsequently not transported when creating a Midi File, corrupted Midi files being produced in that way. What do I wrong, or how can I change grey notes into black ones that do not show this fault? Yours sincerely, R.W. Keestra (rwkeestra at hotmail.com)
Hello from France,I found notation player 2.6 easy and pleasant to use.The free version I looked at has no capability to slowdown the rythm. This would help to decode difficult music.All the best,A. Cevlo
The program is quite useful and amazingly accurate for free ware. Not exactly for piano music though, but it can be a good reference. There is no editing whatsoever, which is sad part, but it is still good.
Notation Player has the best algorithm for midi2notation I have seen so far. It captures most of the tonal structure of complex pieces, rather than presenting a hodgepodge of arbitrary-looking accidentals. I tried it on a Hindemith organ sonata and some of my own pieces with good (not perfect) results. A fine demo of what can be done with midi as an interoperability tool. Runs nicely on Linux under Wine too. Pity NP doesn't export musicxml.
Good stuff! What I'm looking for is a way to convert MP3 files to notation I can print out.Thanks Murray.
Nice stuff! When I start practicing music, this is just for me!
Thanks for the free trial, - it was, however too complex for my needs, so I wont be buying it. regards Keith Robinson
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