One of the reasons why people want to convert mp3 to midi is that the midi format allows you to access and change individual parts of the sound. This method uses the WIDI Recognition System Professional application.
Download the program from the Internet. Follow the instructions during installation. After this is finished, double click its icon on the desktop. The WIDI Wizard will pop up.
Choose ”Transcribe Pre-recorded MP3, Wave or CD” and click “Next”.
Click “Browse” and go to the folder where the mp3 files are. Select the file and click “Open”. You will go back to the other window. Information about the mp3 file will be shown.
Click ”Next” and wait for a few seconds. Click “Next”. The application will analyze the file. This may take several seconds depending on the file size. When the Composition Analysis window appears, click “Close”. Click “Finish”. You will see the mp3 waveforms in the window.
Choose “Save” from the “File” menu. This will save the midi file. If you want to do the same with other files, click ”File,” ”Start Wizard”. This will repeat the convert mp3 to midi process.
How to Test the Midi File
Open the WIDI application if you closed it. Click ”File” and choose “Open”. Go to the folder where you saved the midi file. A midi window will appear. Press the play button.
Aside from playing the file, you can also edit it. This application can read notes. You can merge, adjust, delete and add notes. You can also preview the tune. You can make adjustments to the instruments too.
This is another program that can do the job. After you install the software, follow these instructions.
Double click the program icon. The ”New Project – Wizards” will appear. Choose ”My Music is recorded as an MP3″ and click “Next”. Click “File” and get the mp3 file you want to convert. Click “Open” and choose “Next”.
Choose ”I Do Not Know” and click “Next” twice. From the options that appear, click “Easy”. Click “Finish”. The conversion process is completed.
There are other programs on the Internet that can perform this task as well. Many of them are free and have extra editing features. Study the system requirements first. If you are going to convert a lot of files, it can slow your computer down if the specs are not fully met.