wb wrote: "Does anyone know of a good program that converts monophonic
audio to MIDI data?"
You got an answer you didn't like. I understand that.
Next time ask the question you intend.
wb wrote: "What good could they possibly do me, or anyone else on this
I use both environments to ensure I can use the best tools available. I
suspect others do also. I think you suggest that all Linux users are closed
minded Linux-only people? I think we disagree about that.
It's OK to disagree.
[mailto:email@example.com]On Behalf Of Will
Sent: Thursday, September 12, 2002 7:48 AM
Subject: Re: [linux-audio-user] monophonic audio -> MIDI
Those programs are all for Windows. What good could they possibly do
me, or anyone else on this list?
The fact is, I did a google search, and was inundated with
Windows-only and proprietary, closed-source programs. It is difficult
to narrow such a search by adding "Linux" or "UNIX" because so many
"shareware music apps" have all of this worthless navigation frill
that includes "Linux apps" on the sidebar. Also, I was
curious to see if anyone had any experience with any programs --
i.e. "this sucks, don't waste time compiling it" or "this is
unmaintained and won't compile but it's worth the effort".
A company called GVOX made a $100 hardware device that looks promising,
but they're out of business now.
On Thu, Sep 12, 2002 at 07:37:13AM -0700, Mark Knecht wrote:
Will Benton | "Die richtige Methode der Philosophie wäre eigentlich
firstname.lastname@example.org | die: Nichts zu sagen, als was sich sagen läßt...."
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