Have you ever wished you could easily:
- Convert something like a vocal melody into a MIDI instrument?
- Record the output of the Chord Trigger or Arpeggiator MIDI FX?
- Convert a drum track or loop into MIDI?
Converting to MIDI can be a great tool for fully realizing your creative vision.
For example, sometimes humming a melody is faster than playing it on a keyboard. Being able to convert that humming into MIDI makes your creative goals that much easier to achieve.
Or let’s say you need to provide musical notation to some performers. But you plunked out that amazing string ensemble one note at a time using some serious MIDI FX.
But if you open the Score Editor in Logic, you’ll only see those single notes you played. What do you do?
Or sometimes we need to pull apart and recreate a drum performance in MIDI. Maybe you want to reimagine or completely replace a drum performance.
In all these cases (and more) Logic provides you just about all the tools you need to convert your tracks to MIDI. That includes:
- Converting Monophonic Audio to MIDI
- Converting Drummer Regions to MIDI
- Converting Pattern Regions to MIDI
- Recording MIDI FX Output as MIDI
- Converting Drum Tracks as MIDI
- Converting Drum Loops to MIDI
Pretty cool, huh? And today I’d like to show you how you can accomplish all these MIDI conversions.
Sidenote: The only scenario Logic doesn’t have a native solution (yet) is converting Polyphonic Audio to MIDI.
But no worries – I’ll show you how you can do that too with 3rd party option 🙂
So check out today’s video above for all the details!