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All the MIDI files in this page were created from actual digital recordings (.wav files) automatically using Digital Ear exclusively.

The Demos!

Many of the examples here are Ethnic voices or instruments around the  world featuring many musical decorations. Impossible to imitate manually using the humble pitch bend controller... Enjoy!

Original Audio File

Description of the tracks

 Automatically produced
MIDI-file by Digital Ear®

Saxophone
Funk saxophone riff.


sax1.mid


Female

 

NEW! Demonstrating the brightness feature. The  midi file is send to a good old Yamaha SY77 synth. The voice brightness controls the filter cutoff. The result is an almost "speaking" synth bass!


female.mid


sy77 version (mp3)


Violin
Folk violin solo. Amazing!
violin.mid

Chirps
Chirps-to-MIDI converter? :) OK this is not music, but we could not resist... Simply unbelievable!
chirps.mid

Saxophone 2
Jazz saxophone solo
sax2.mid

Flute
Ethnic Flute solo. Some very fast vibratos are captured here.
flute.mid

Lisa Stansfield
Lisa Stansfield a cappella. Notice lots of reverb and spoken words make this recognition a hard task.
lisa.mid

Itzak Perlman
Violin solo by Itzhak Perlman. Notice lots of reverb would normally complicate recognition. Not the case for Digital Ear.
perlman2.mid

Flute 2
Asian flute-like instrument.
flute2.mid

Asia
Ethnic female voice singing (converted to trombone ).
asia1.mid

Bag pipe
Bag pipe converted to saxophone. That makes the saxophone sound actually sound as a bagpipe.
bagpipe.mid

Asia 3
Ethnic male voice singing converted to basoon. Notice how Digital Ear tracks the voice brightness changes [XG-ONLY]
asia3.mid

Bouzouki
Bouzouki: (Greek traditional string instrument) converted to guitar.
bouzouki.mid

Violin 2
Violin solo.
violin2.mid

Note: In order to decrease download time, the wave files have been compressed to mp3.

Some of the samples in this page were kindly provided by ,
creators of the best sound libraries available. Used by permission.
 


Do the MIDI files sound strange? Then, listen to this file: test.mid. If you do not hear the same note twice, you need to adjust the pitch bend range of your synth. Click HERE for instructions.

 


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