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I know its an old post.. with a selected answer. But I felt that Gabe's problem has been also mine for very long time. What I could add to the already selected answer is to try this software with monitor speakers. For my pc I have a logitech 2.1 speaker system (with sub-woofer) which is totally inappropriate for the situation. A very weird suggestion is ...
You can try this: http://www.finalemusic.com/ it can help produce the information neatly for viewing.
If you don't care about software costs, then check out Ableton Live. Its a fully featured DAW that will allow you to jam along with loops and also record and arrange your results.
Have you tried Just Play, by Pentagrom? Its simple but solves exactly your problem, because it turns your smartphone into an instrument in the shape of written music, so that to read the notes of any score you just press the dots on the lines. I use it to practice for my choir, to know if Im singing the notes right (I dont worry about the rhythmn because I ...
You want to google "auto accompainment software". People seem to dig this: http://www.digibandapp.com/ Also: http://www.1manband.nl/ If you want something more advanced and beyond what your Ketron does, you may want to try out Ableton Live and the like: https://www.ableton.com/en/trial/ As the name suggest, it is a live performance-oriented DAW that ...
The best option for him would be to get some music lessons. This way he can learn to write and read music on his own. There is no such software that can do what you are asking for many reasons. It is like asking for a software to transcribe speech into text.
This is a very annoying problem. A google search has brought about a fix for FL Studio only. The same link (below) also mentions steps you can take to make ASIO your default sound driver by disabling the default in msconfig. http://mtippach.proboards.com/thread/2732 Let's hope this works.
I have just done a few experiments using Audacity running under Linux. I created an mp3 file of length one second, which saved as a file of size 17729 bytes which opens as a 1 second audio file. After cutting it in half (in Audacity) and saving (technically: exporting) it, I get a file of size 9370 bytes which opens as a 0.5 second audio file. So, I ...
No MIDI input, but I found DrumSchool a great way to learn. It has basic patterns, fills, adjustable speed, scrolling notes. There are also embedded videos that helped learn read the drum tabs in the beginning. -Alx
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