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jerdude 18th June 2005 09:46 PM

anyone know of an app that will generate midi notes from transients.

i know drumagog does this but i have to route drumagog out to a midi device
and back in to record the midi note.... this isn't as precise as i would

i think digital performer makes midi notes out of transients in its new
"beat detective" type algo.

does nuendo 3 or SX 3 do this?... generate midi notes from there "bd" algo... everyone gots one now ya know. hittt

or is there any other obscure application that i could use to generate midi
notes from transients?

thanks ya'll

lwr 18th June 2005 10:30 PM

and dont say logic!

jerdude 18th June 2005 10:35 PM

I am demo-ing tassmans "extractor".... which claims to do this.

it seems to be a sophisticated plug-in.... but i can't get it to do what they say it will do.

it is creating midi notes that don't even reach the gate threshold. that seems pretty useless.... even drumagog can get that right.

maybe someone else can get it to work.

Mario-C. 19th June 2005 03:58 AM

Digital performer can do that, use the trigger plug in and you're set

lwr 19th June 2005 11:05 AM

i highly doubt the original poster, or me wants to buy digital performer just for that.

cool, that tassman thign sounds interesting. will check out.

RhOdEz 19th June 2005 06:28 PM

Recycle does that .It cuts audiofiles based on transient detection and then you can export SF2 file which contains all single sliced regions,and it exports MIDI file which you then import in cubase or whutever .Now you got one midi note for every transient start ....

lwr 19th June 2005 07:39 PM

recycle doesnt seem to let me export more than 90 kick track has 303