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IntelliScore Ensemble 7.0

IntelliScore Ensemble is the only product in the world that can listen to a musical audio file (CD, WAV,MP3, WMA) comprised of several different instruments and convert it to multiple track MIDI file containing the notes played, broken down by instrument.

Ensembles are a grouping of instruments that perform together to create a single piece of music.

Although intelliScore’s capabilities are revolutionary, to obtain best results you need to tell intelliScore what instruments are present in the original music. If desired, for higher accuracy, you may also specify the pitch range played by each instrument in the musical piece and which stereo channel it’s on. IntelliScore includes 28 ensembles to get you started, plus you can edit these or create your own.

If you use the proper recognition settings, intelliScore Ensemble can assign notes to the correct instrument track about 75% of the time. You can then use the included Anvil Studio or your own MIDI editing tool to clean up the results. Note that if the music contains two or more instruments that are very similar to each other, such as a violin and viola, intelliScore will have a harder time distinguishing between them, just like a human would. Also note that intelliScore does not recognize non-pitched instruments such as percussion; there is currently no product in existence that can.

Prior versions of intelliScore contained a feature known as patch maps. They appear similar to ensembles, in that they both contain a list of instruments, each with its own pitch range and stereo channel. However, the two function very differently behind the scenes. Prior versions of intelliScore could assign each detected note to a MIDI track based on its pitch and position in the stereo image. If a note fell into two or more pitch ranges, the same note would be assigned to multiple tracks. The Ensemble Edition, however, actually listens to the sound of each note and attempts to identify which instrument(s) produced that note.

Convert polyphonic MP3 to MIDI, WAV to MIDI (.mid). Spend less time figuring out the notes
Create notation from your favorite WAV, MP3, WMA, and CD music using intelliScore with the included Anvil StudioTM or other sequencer
Change individual notes, swap instruments, transpose your WAV, MP3, and WMA music, etc.
See the names of chords present in your WAV, MP3, or WMA file
Grab music from a CD and convert to a MIDI (.mid) file. Play it in your MIDI keyboard
Compose MIDI directly in your sequencer by playing your non-MIDI instrument
MIDI-enable any musical instrument. Play your synthesizer simply by singing into intelliScore
Easy to use wizard interface.

System Requirements:
Windows Vista/XP/2000/Me/98SE with 64M of memory.
The included Hubi’s MIDI Loopback Device requires Windows Me/98SE. (For Windows Vista/XP/2000, use LoopBe1 instead of Hubi.)
Sound card
Speakers or earphone
Mouse or compatible pointing device

Program is full version 100% working and tested.

Size 7.64 MB