It would be virtually impossible (or at least very difficult with a
extremely strong machine and some amazing code) to do this. The
reason is that WAV's and MP3's are just one big long digital audio
sample. A MIDI file is simply a set of instructions that tells the
hardware what note to play, how long to play it, and how loud, etc...
You can't convert one sample into a set of instructions that will play
back many samples. The day someone writes a program that can...
1) take individual sounds from a WAV file and create many samples
2) Analyze the WAV file and determine the frequencies of each
instrument and converting it to MIDI notation
I will eat my keyboard.
>I wonder if theres no .WAV to .MID converter util out there in the whole
>Why is this? I am desperatly seeking for a solution how to get MP3 files
>converted to MID, or, MP3 to WAV and then to MID.
>Or isnt this possible, MP3 somehow get converted to MID?
>Thanks for your help in advance,
>Greetings from Germany,
>Sven Olensky * Communication Engineering
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>"Thou canst not kill that which doth not live ... but you
>can blast it into chunky kibbles... " .. Q. manual