Innovative Music Systems, Inc. (www.intelliscore.net) announced today
the release of version 7.2 of intelliScore Ensemble. IntelliScore
Ensemble listens to prerecorded or live music (in WAV, MP3, WMA, or CD
format) comprised of several different instruments and helps create a
multiple-track MIDI (.mid) file containing the notes played, broken
down by instrument. The MIDI file, in turn, is suitable for notation,
cleanup/editing, and playback. Musicians and educators use
intelliScore to help transcribe unfamiliar pieces so they can spend
more time making music and teaching.
Innovative Music Systems introduced the world=92s first polyphonic audio
to MIDI converter nine years ago. Polyphonic music contains more than
one note at a time, such as a musician playing chords on a piano.
Now, they have broken new ground again with the world=92s only multiple-
instrument audio to MIDI converter.
=93Many have considered automatic multi-instrument conversion to be the
=91holy grail=92 of music recognition,=94 said Joe Kohler, president of
Innovative Music Systems. =93Now, that quest is one step closer with
In addition to supporting multiple instruments, the latest
intelliScore provides other new helpful features. For example, if the
audio recording is a drum track, intelliScore can create a MIDI file
to indicate where the beats are. It also now supports WMA (Windows
Media Audio) files and the converting of several audio files at the
Innovative Music Systems, a privately-held music software publishing
company located in Coconut Creek, Florida, USA, is the leader in music
recognition technology. Its mission is to develop innovative, quality
products that help musicians be more creative and productive, as well
as have fun.