I'm wondering if there is any Macintosh RTAS software (working in Pro Tools) that I can transform a audio signal (like my voice) into midi data, which I can then assign to a sound sample in an instrument track? I wrote to Melodyne to ask if Melodyne could do this and they replied:
"I'm sorry to say but neither "Melodyne assistant" nor "Melodyne editor" offer audio-to-midi conversion options when using them as a plugin. They only can export the pitch and time information of an analyzed audio file to a Standard Midi file when operating them stand-alone. "Melodyne essential RTAS" does not have any audio-to-midi functionality at all."
Other answers to my more general original post are below. I'm posting this again because the original post got off on another subject and I don't want that to cause me to miss out on the advise I need. Thanks! (and I mean no offense to the posters who got off subject) Answers were:
Cubase 5.0 will do it with its Vari-audio feature and so will "Melodyne (I think its called but I've not tried it)"
Yes, I too can suggest Melodyne. Both the Studio and Editor versions do that. Read more here: http://www.celemony.com/cms/index.ph...uct_comparison
If you have Cubase and VariaAudio, you already have the manuals, but here's a link to a little video on that feature: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cF44ToYhaBg
i'm pretty sure Logic does it. It won't be perfect at times, but it will work.
If you have logic search for the sflogicninja on youtube.
Here is his page sflogicninja