MIDImorphosis now on Mac OS X
Secret Base Design has ported its MIDImorphosis real time audio-to-MIDI converter app to Mac OS X.
MIDImorphosis is designed for guitar and bass ; it translates the incoming audio into MIDI notes. It supports polyphonic playing (chords) but the result is not as good as per-note processing.
The Mac version allows for live playing, but you can also record the MIDI and route it to a DAW, a sequencer, a synth… with any compatible interface.
This new version adds a Spectral Eye tool that displays the incoming signal frequencies, arrange them in spirals and maps them to the pitch. This feature gives you the ability to visualize the tone and harmonics of your instrument.
The app offer four pitch tracking modes (speeds) to adapt to your playing (wether you play quick high notes, lower notes, bass…). A MIDI octave transpose function is also available.
Here’s a demo of this new Mac version of MIDImorphosis:
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