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I'm sure most DAWs are capable of doing this, at least Cubase is. The procedure to create a tempo track from an audio file is: Import Audio Track, set tempo track start tempo to something near the start tempo of the audio/drum track, turn on click, listen to track with click - it will be out of sync Open the Audio event editor by double clicking the audio ...


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I am not certain how your {x,y} pairs map to notes; treating them as chords: echo '{1,2} {1,3} ...' | tr '{},' '<> ' | perl -ple '%p2n=qw/1 c 2 d 3 e 4 f 5 g 6 a 7 b 8 c'\'' 9 d'\''/; s/(\d)/$p2n{$1}'\''/g' | ly-fu --absolute --open --silent - produces which appears unsatisfactory, so perhaps instead the {x,y} blocks are subsequent notes over ...


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GarageBand employs loops as one way of creating drums, but you're right, it is very limited especially if your interested in keeping up to date with pop music (trap, EDM, etc). There are a couple of solutions: Drummer Tracks This was originally a feature with Logic Pro X and has since migrated to GarageBand (OS X only). As Dave mentioned in the comments ...


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If you're using a Mac system, then I would definitely recommend Logic Pro X. Logic Pro X is intuitive and it works wonders for looping and composing. It's quite simple to loop and audio or MIDI file within Logic and then you can easily transcribe it or compose some music while the loop is playing. Logic Pro X can output to MIDI or an audio file, so if you ...


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I've never used this feature, but Sibelius has support for syncing with the ReWire protocol. This enables you to run Sibelius and a DAW (such as Ableton Live) on the same computer simultaneously and in sync. So you could play audio loops in Ableton Live in sync with playback of Sibelius notation and its virtual instruments, and quickly go back and forth from ...


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Display a spectrogram using windowed (short-time) Fourier transform, as seen here, for instance. This methods divides the signal into multiple windows of equal width, covering a few seconds or about. They may overlap in some degree. Then spectrum is computed for each window, encoding the obtained values in brightness or color (maybe using log scale), and ...


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You have an Apple Macintosh. Apple provides the GarageBand program free with all Macs, and it is exactly what your son needs. It has tons of tools for composing and performing electronic dance music. If your Mac is old, you are probably entitled to a free upgrade to the latest version of GarageBand which you can download through the Mac App Store. If ...


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This is a very board question. I'll try to help where I can. First of all you need a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation). Basically, it is a consolidated array of tools for music production. It functions as sequencer, editor, plugin host (instruments, samplers, synths, effects), recorder, and more. You have many options, like Ableton Live, Logic Pro, and ...



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