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Yes, this is possible. The same question was asked in one of the forums, with an answer available: https://www.polyphone-soundfonts.com/forum/support-bug-reports/255-convert-sfz-sf2-via-command-line. According to the conversation, it appears to work for PC and Mac. In the article, the steps outlined are: Yes there is! But I never documented it. Here are ...


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you may want to see this,which converting piano audio to MIDI the site is:https://github.com/bytedance/GiantMIDI-Piano it may need a little bit modification of the program to use.


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you may want to see this,which converting piano audio to MIDI https://github.com/bytedance/GiantMIDI-Piano.it may need a little bit modification of the program.


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Another that i found is FreeMajor but is more or less as anothers editors. Really i don't found any that control I/o, routing, mod, midi util ... etc. Only control presets and effect parameters FreeMajor


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First of all, there is no such thing as "note" in MIDI. Note in fact is a pair of Note On / Note Off events. It's absolutely OK to have tempo changes anywhere in a MIDI file. It's just a MIDI event like any other. So Tempo event between Note On and Note Off just affects when Note Off event will be played. So, for example, if the initial tempo is ...


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maybe this open source project can help? https://github.com/gocha/midisplit Even if no binaries are available, it's easy to build with Visual Studio 2019, and it worked for me. Best regards.


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See my answer here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/5852102/software-to-convert-audio-to-midi/65444119#65444119 which describes using Sonic Analyser or Tony.


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