Transcribe MP3s & CD Tracks with AudioScore


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Watch MP3s & CD Tracks Unravel Before Your Eyes.


MP3 & CD Transcription

Create scores from MP3s and CD tracks! Using the most intelligent technology available AudioScore Ultimate is able to convert up to 16 instruments / notes playing at a time into multiple staves, with up to 4 voices per staff.

Send the results directly to Sibelius or save MusicXML and MIDI files for use in most other music programs such as Finale or Dorico. Alternatively, allow AudioScore Ultimate to print out a professional quality score for you.

Polyphonic Transcription - See how the performance in the top has been notated

Polyphonic Transcription -
See how the performance in the top has been notated



AudioScore audio track

 View, edit and play back the nuances of a performance



    AudioScore Ultimate even allows the intricate nuances of a performance to be viewed, played and edited, such as the subtle changes in pitch, volume and timing.

    Alternatively, produce new versions of music using MIDI instruments - you choose which ones. AudioScore analyzes the original music in great detail so is able to play back with great realism - open one of your favorite songs and hear it performed by a brass band or string quartet!


What AudioScore Recognizes

  • Styles ranging from solo & chamber music to jazz & pop

  • A wide range of music performed by non-percussion instruments

  • All pitches ranging from F0 to C8

  • The instrument performing each note

  • Transcribes notes and rests as short as 32nd note

  • Triplets, duplets, key signatures and clefs

  • Pitch and volume changes at a resolution of 0.01 seconds

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Last modified: December 16, 2019