John Smith (johnsmi)
Senior Forum User
Post Number: 61
|Posted on Monday, April 16, 2007 - 7:59 pm: || |
I've just been experimenting importing some (type 0) midi files
into NC and it does a great job. Sensible note distribution and assignment to correct clef and so on.
However I would just like to ask if NC does some kind of intelligent "tempo matching" - of notes to measures? The reason I ask is that I know for a fact the original files were recorded in real-time and will certainly have many timing errors (late/early/overlong/too short) notes etc. Yet looking the the resulting NC score it really very "clean". Is there more than "simple" quantizing going on here?
I could play short piece of music in 'accelerando' and see what happens I suppose... but even so would be interested in what the official position about this is.
NC, as usual, comes up with such excellent results.
Mark Walsen (markwa)
Notation Software Developer
Post Number: 3300
|Posted on Tuesday, April 17, 2007 - 1:31 am: || |
Do a search in the forum on the coined word "metronomeless". You'll find lots of talk about this.