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Old 09-15-2018, 08:25 AM
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Hello.

Is there a plugin that tells you what notes are being played in say, an audio clip you insert into pro tools?

I would like to sing a beat, then for pro tools to tell me which notes I'm singing so that I can manually put in the notes for a MIDI instrument I'm using.

I do have a keyboard, but I'm still learning and am not able to play too well yet. I think that this would be a great learning tool for myself.

Any advice or help much appreciated.
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Old 09-15-2018, 08:57 AM
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Default Re: Plugin for recognizing what notes are being played

Melodyne does more or less that, you have to make a lot of corrections if the audio is not clear but the best plugin of all is the ear, even if you are starting with music or melodic instruments you can train yourself to memorize short passages and reproduce them in the piano.
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Old 09-15-2018, 09:06 AM
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Thank you for your feedback.
I tried the melodyne trial previously - it was great, but unfortunately at this current time it's unaffordable for me.
I'm doing my best to train my ear, I think that singing notes and seeing it infront of me would be a great way to learn.
I am saving up to buy melodyne at the moment, is there anything a little cheaper than melodyne?
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Old 09-15-2018, 12:17 PM
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If you want to see what notes and chords you are playing on your MIDI keyboard, Pro Tools already has that functionality built in. It won't help you with playing back audio clips though.

Just enable the MIDI Input Display.


Pro Tools | The MIDI Input Display LIKE A BOSS
https://youtu.be/OujX39-E2zE

Pro Tools | MIDI Editor MIDI Input Display [LIKE A BOSS]
https://youtu.be/IvgcIbniMCo

Have you tried something like a tuner plugin to see what notes you are singing? That should work, and there is a tuner included with Pro Tools.
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cool, thanks. this is awesome. I think that this will help me a lot with learning the notes on my keyboard.

just wondering. is it hard to find a plugin that tells you what notes are playing in an audio (not midi) clip?
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Try InTune. It is under the other category when selecting inserts.
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Autotune pro for audio but expensive

Also acoustic apps like "n-Track Tuner" will show root notes on your phone or pad.

Also consider some music theory apps...
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