Audio interface latency. All audio in Live is processed in defined parcels of time, called an audio buffer. This helps to minimize dropouts or glitches, as the buffer allows time for all events to be smoothed out. The buffer size is defined in Live's audio preferences. The bigger the buffer size, the bigger the latency.Analyse an audio track
- When an audio clip is selected, four conversion commands are available in the Create Menu or the right-click(PC) / CTRL-click(Mac) context menu for the clip. Context Menu Commands For Converting Audio To MIDI. 11.1 Slice to New MIDI Track. This command divides the audio into chunks which are assigned to single MIDI notes.
- Apr 24, 2021 Live Lite is a customized version of the music making software Ableton Live. Live Lite is packaged with selected products and provides a fresh and easy way to write music, record audio, and produce your own songs. Plus, Live is a powerful performance tool for the stage – whether playing solo or in a band.
Audio To Midi Ableton Live, and create a midi file. I want to be able to create a patch in Operator and have it play the melody from a tune I will be dj'ing with... (Can this be done at all?)
Analyse an audio track(Just the drum part - no vox/melody), and create a midi file. I want to be able to use the midi file to play drums from an impulse kit I have created. (Can this be done in Recyle w/ Reason? I'd much rather stay in live, though...)
Does anybody have experience of this? I've been looking at a few Audio > Midi VST's over at KVR - but none of the one's I've looked at seem to do the trick...
The possibilities are exciting - who want's to shoot me down and tell me it can't be done?I'm still learning how to use Ableton with my MPD32.
I just did the following:
Ableton Audio To Midi Converter1. play four chords through a midi instrument
2. record that midi track to an audio track
3. put warp markers on the chords
4. slice to midi
5. play slices with MPD32
First problem: when I recorded the midi track to audio, the track was heavily distorted and peaking like crazy. So I put a de-esser on it, which solved the problem. After slicing the new audio track to midi, the distortion was back when I hit the pads of my MPD. I guess my question is: how do I prevent this distortion?
If anyone can tell me, then I can repeat the process properly...
Second problem: I don't know how to turn my new (sliced) midi track into a library file now