How to turn mp3 in a midi file.

Share your original or public domain compositions here!

Moderators: jimhenry, MatSher

Request popular music with the suggestion form on the music store, not here!

All MIDI attachments must be one of the following:
  • Your own, original work submitted under some license that permits free private use (I recommend public domain or Creative Commons).
  • Adapted from works created prior to 1923. This goes for both the composition and arrangement. This means you cannot post MIDI versions of recent songs.

Postby spike » 03-07-17 9:40 am

I want to play this one

But I only want to learn the melody in synthesia.

Can someone help me?
Posts: 1

Postby monkel » 03-08-17 6:18 am

Your best bet would be to find someone to transcribe the notes for you, not a hard task for an experienced piano player with decent proficiency handling sheet music.

A quick search didn't turn up any offers in some shops I frequent but you can always suggest it via the form in the pink box above.
Posts: 121

Postby IvanL » 03-08-17 7:01 am

Any MP3 to MIDI tool isn't likely to produce good results.

Search for sheet music for the song or even guitar tabs, which you can input into music editors like MuseScore, where you can export to MIDI.
Or you could try playing it by hearing.
Posts: 21

Return to MIDI Club

Who is online

Users browsing this forum: No registered users