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ardis 11th February 2019 06:51 PM

Mixbus MIDI
 
Is there a way to hook up my synth and have Mixbus transcribe into music notation? How would that work? Would I need something like Sibelius?

bradh 19th February 2019 10:42 PM

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Originally Posted by ardis (Post 13805430)
Is there a way to hook up my synth and have Mixbus transcribe into music notation? How would that work? Would I need something like Sibelius?

There's no notation editing in Mixbus or Ardour. See Mixbus MIDI Editing for an explanation of MIDI in Mixbus.

There may be a cheaper option, but Reaper has a good notation editor and only costs $60. You could record your MIDI into Reaper, edit it there, and use the built-in notation editor for your scores. Kenny Gioia has a very good video tutorial on the notation editor in Reaper (one of the big benefits of Reaper is having Kenny's incredible library of video tutorials, all free; it makes the software so much easier to figure out and use): REAPER | Videos

ardis 19th February 2019 11:03 PM

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Originally Posted by bradh (Post 13822230)
There's no notation editing in Mixbus or Ardour. See Mixbus MIDI Editing for an explanation of MIDI in Mixbus.

There may be a cheaper option, but Reaper has a good notation editor and only costs $60. You could record your MIDI into Reaper, edit it there, and use the built-in notation editor for your scores. Kenny Gioia has a very good video tutorial on the notation editor in Reaper (one of the big benefits of Reaper is having Kenny's incredible library of video tutorials, all free; it makes the software so much easier to figure out and use): REAPER | Videos

Thx for this! Reaper is indeed fantastic!