> an input mike that the user
>could hum or sing into and the keyboard would recognise the note and play it
> [ ... ]
> Has anyone else heard of it, or even better, know where to get some
>software to do the same thing ?.
Use a search engine fed with ' sound - recognition - music
' and among other things you'll find
>AKoff Music Composer
>April 15, 1999 - Version 1.45 released (noise protected)
>AKoff Music Composer is music recognition software
>which performs Wave to Midi conversion. Composer recognizes POLYPHONIC music from microphone
>(other Wave input or file) and converts it into Midi sequences.
>You can sing, whistle or play guitar, piano, flute and so on with your
>microphone, Composer will automatically recognize and score your
>music and create standard Midi sequences. Neither a Midi keyboard nor
>any musical experience are required to compose music.
>You can download and test WAV2MIDI examples (148Kb Zip archive)
......among many many many others.
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