Software to determine a particular NOTE from a riff?
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    Default Software to determine a particular NOTE from a riff?

    Is there such a thing?

    Melodyne, maybe???
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    Melodyne can do that. Ear training is more reliable but harder.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    Is there such a thing?

    Melodyne, maybe???
    I bet youve got a midi keyboard. Hit notes until you find the root note.

    Youll be amazed at how little time this takes to learn, and how vastly useful it is in your DJing.

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    I sold my midi keyboard to a user on this forum...

    I'm a little worried that I'll be using a full software solution (cummulation of errors!) where I'll use MiK to find the KEY (and therefor, rule OUT some notes) then melodyne to find the NOTE...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Patch View Post
    I sold my midi keyboard to a user on this forum...
    Classic.

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    We both got a great deal - he even collected it from me!
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    I'll be using Ableton, so I've got no problem using a QWERTY keyboard for playing individual notes...
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    Use spectrum on the track and look at the fundamental frequency. Hover over it and it will give you a note
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