[LAU] Web-based Notation
eric.steinberg at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 17:06:29 EDT 2009
Might I suggest the following: using KeyKit or some other midi monitor that
can capture without quantization, then take the intermediate step of parsing
the midi data by eye, and converting that to notation? I've found this to
work for me, when I'm woodshedding or improvising and really getting into it
and chance upon something I want to keep.
On Fri, Mar 20, 2009 at 9:30 AM, Laura Conrad <sunny at laymusic.org> wrote:
> >>>>> "andy" == andy baxter <andy at earthsong.free-online.co.uk> writes:
> andy> David Baron wrote:
> >> Folk seeking notation alternatives my check this out!
> >> http://www.noteflight.com
> andy> Does it have a midi import feature?
> I don't see one. Only xml input. Which will be fine when there start
> being lots of programs that output it, and people figure out how to do
> it. Right now, I don't know anyone who's sharing MusicXML
> Does anyone know a way to get MIDI into MusicXML?
> Right now Lilypond has people working actively on MusicXML input, but
> as far as I know, people are only talking about MusicXML output.
> Everybody knows how bad MIDI is as a notation exchange format, but the
> number of people really working on getting anything better is really
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