Ok. Is there anything I could possibly hook up to my piano or even a type of microphone or any type of technology out there where I can record my music I play on my piano and then it will convert it to music notes on music sheet paper through my laptop? I know I’ve seen it and movies and probably recording studio where they play the piano and the music notes appear on the computer screen on sheet music.

There are several programs, Sibelius Student Edition,  Sibelius music software at Amazon called cake walk and you have to buy a keyboard, hook it up to your laptop, and when u play, the notes appear on the screen. Also i could reccomend Finale. the downside is that calk walk is about $400.



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2 Responses to “How can I convert my piano music into sheet music on my laptop to print off?”

  1. mohammedqambar

    there is a program called cake walk and you have to buy a keyboard, hook it up to your laptop, and when u play, the notes appear on the screen. Also i could reccomend Finale. the downside is that calk walk is about $400.
    References :
    My music teacher 🙂

  2. ysweetme@ymail.com

    Well you can try using TwelveKeys, it’ll take a file that you’ve recorded to PC (wav format is the best) and it’ll display the notes aligned with a keyboard. It’s basically a transcription assistant, so you would still need to create the sheet music. Otherwise you’re looking at an extremely expensive software app to do exactly what you want to do.
    References :
    http://www.nch.com.au/twelvekeys/index.html

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