Transcribe music recordings and performances into a score
AudioScore Ultimate 8 is the full featured version of the AudioScore Lite audio transcription software included with Sibelius Ultimate. With AudioScore Ultimate 8, you can quickly and easily turn CD tracks, MP3s, MIDI files, and even your own vocal and instrument performances into detailed music notation. It's the ultimate music composing secret weapon for your Sibelius workflow.
With version 8, AudioScore's audio recognition engine has been completely re-engineered to provide better music precision and detail. Get improved recognition of multiple overlapping notes. Minimize interference caused by drum and percussion sounds. And experience superior pitch recognition and note separation.
Easily create scores from transcribed notes. AudioScore will automatically detect all instrumentation and create a score with staves labeled for each part. Play back note selections in high-quality audio. Save scores as PDFs for easy printing. Open MIDI files to automatically create high-quality, printable scores. And work with Sibelius 8.
With AudioScore Ultimate, you can open a CD track or MP3 file and transcribe it to a score. The software employs the most intelligent technology available today to convert up to 16 instruments or notes at a time into multiple staves, with up to four voices per staff. After transcribing your music, you can send it directly to Sibelius or save it as a MusicXML, NIFF, or MIDI file for use in most other music programs.
AudioScore Ultimate enables you to view, play, and edit the most intricate nuances of a performance—such as the subtle changes in pitch, volume, and timing. You can also produce new versions of music using MIDI instruments of your choice. AudioScore analyzes the original music in great detail, and plays it back with tremendous realism.
AudioScore Ultimate can “serve” you a set of notes, which you can quickly split, join, resize, and adjust pitch, purely on a performance level—no worrying about rests and technicalities such as the key signature, accidentals, augmentation dots, beaming, ties, etc.