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Old 08-20-2002, 11:22 PM
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Thanks for commenting Bastian...let me know how the stereo track works. I might as well try the demo out also. As soon as I get a chance. So busy I barely have time to check out the posts here. [img]images/icons/cool.gif[/img]
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Logic does have that function and it works surprisingly well. its called audio to midi. Now it has to be a pretty defined track. It cant extract to well if you have all sorts of instruments cutting in. ounce you extract the midi you will most likely need to move the notes to the correct kinds of instruments. the kick wave file may not be assigned to a kick midi drum. Try it, its not to bad.
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I started this thread to find out what's out there, and to see what works. For me i think i would prefer soundreplacer, but since this was just some testing, i am not looking into purchasing it. But it does do its job pretty good.

It could be that soundreplacer can work with stereo-samples. It reads one track, and puts the audio on a new track, and i am going to see what happens if that new track is stereo, and the sample too....
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a thread here covering the same topic suggested using this: http://www.drumagog.com

In the professional version it also claims to be able to produce a midi-file.

They also have a 14 days full-functional demo. I will return with the results of this demo.

Oh yeah.....prices:

Drumagog $99 (basic version)
SoundReplacer $395

(both prices found on their websites)
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I did the test! And i loved it. They also claim to have midi-output, but i couldnt get that to work (yet). It could be that the demo doesnt have that functionality...
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Old 08-22-2002, 06:29 PM
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The MIDI Output is an option in the Full version, not the Basic version. Do you know which version the demo is?

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I did the test! And i loved it. They also claim to have midi-output, but i couldnt get that to work (yet). It could be that the demo doesnt have that functionality...
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Old 08-24-2002, 02:04 PM
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Default Re: programs to translate a .wav into midi

The Midi feature on Drumagog hasn't been
implemented yet - that will be on the updated
version 3.0. The demo you can download on the
website is fully functional except that you
can't import wav files, you have to use the
few demo sounds they provide you with.

I was the one that started that other thread
that Baastian mentioned. I bought Drumagog and
it's the best $99 I ever spent - it comes with
a CD of drum hits for rock,techno, etc and they
are all recorded at various velocity levels so
it matches the dynamics of the original
performance. Plus you can import your favorite
sample wavs to use as well.

Rim B. at Wavelab also responded to all of my
email questions within 8-10 hours of emailing.
I have no affiliation with the company but I
will say they deserve your support.

And you deserve that software for $99! Its a
steal!

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