[ John Tuttle wrote in 020831 MMDigest: ]
> Having tried a number of WAV-to-MIDI programs, which require that
> I first use the audio recording to create a Wave file, the end result
> of the conversion process still requires that I edit the MIDI file.
> And since the notes never fall on the measure lines, that editing
> process actually takes much longer than entering the notes one-by-one
> with a mouse.
However, one of the more interesting uses for such a program would be
to compare a good performance with a printed score. This would show
how the performer used rubato and phrasing to turn a bare score into
We all know that a MIDI player which just plays everything exactly as
written sounds like a Dalek.