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I have been waiting a long time for a software that produces MIDI notes from audio since I simply compose live. 8 years ago I made my favorite musical piece, and it was a dramatic synthesizer rapture. Now that the sofware called Melodyne came out, I have been able to get close to the original and use the data for this semi-orchestrated piece. At any rate, now that I have the notes I can produce the sheet music for an orchestra, which is what I plan on working on. At this point I am in my beginning stages of testing out how the music fares with different arrangements but I love the complex melodies and harmonies. It is called "Angel Lizbeph 7 (Full Orchestra Version) (a working arrangement).


I added a drum beat since it seems to want to be played against a tempo.

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Simple music! Music which is simple.
 

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Not bedroom romantic music.
 

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Neither a heavy metal symphony nor narcissistic music.
 

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Maybe of a fun kind...
 

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This is the music I'd like to hear as I take up my final breaths, and give up the ghost.
No, I see Peer Gynt's "Morning" by Edvard Grieg as that music for you, dzc4627.

 
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