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Can software really convert sheet music into an audio recording as well as a skilled human with a physical instrument and a microphone (as judged by the audience)? "Converting sheet music into an audio recording" consists of two steps: recreating instrument sound and recreating artist expression. Recreating instrument sound Virtual instruments do ...


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The question was "Can software render music as well as a skilled human with a physical instrument and a microphone?" and before you answer no, (which seems to be most people's answers here) you should check out NotePerformer which performs music scores (Sibelius, Dorico, Finale) using AI. I'm only mentioning it because no-one else has. Sure you can ...


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No, software that could take any given piece of sheet music and render it with the inflections and expressive devices that would be expected of a human performer (or group) is not yet generally available. A musical score isn't generally intended to be rendered precisely, but in a stylistically-appropriate way (see What does it mean to "play what is not ...


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If the question was that if you can effectively tune a piano with a cheap software, the answer is no. The inharmonicity of the piano strings makes it so that a tuning software has to calculate the right amount of stretch for the octaves if you want them to sound in tune. The other thing is that you will also have to learn the know how and use the pitch ...


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