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  1. #1
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    Maestro MIDI to ABC converter for LOTRO

    Introducing Maestro, a MIDI to ABC converter for The Lord of the Rings Online! From the same guy who made ABC Player and LOTRO MIDI Player.

    Update | June 29, 2015 - Version 2.3.0 adds the new instruments Lute of Ages and Misty Mountain Harp from update 16.1


    Maestro

    Features
    • Convert MIDI files into solo or multi-part .abc files for playing with your friends in game.
    • Listen to a live ABC preview of the song, which automatically updates as you choose tracks and arrange the song.
    • See all of the notes in the MIDI file, with notes that are out of range of the LOTRO instruments highlighted in red.
    • Choose how to map drum notes between MIDI drums and ABC drums.
    • Open existing .abc files to change the arrangement, transpose tracks, change drums, etc.



    ABC Player

    Maestro comes bundled with ABC Player. Use ABC Player to listen to .abc files that you or others have created. While Maestro does include a built-in ABC preview, using ABC Player is easier if you just want to listen to songs.

    Download - Visit the Maestro project page to learn more and download the installer.

    Use this thread for questions, comments, and help with any problems you have with the program.

    Enjoy!



    Geändert von Digero (02.10.2017 um 23:23 Uhr)
    Digero Guardian | Digrim Burglar | Defenders of the Mithril Halls Officer
    Maestro - Convert MIDI files to ABC
    ABC Player - Preview ABC files as they sound in LOTRO

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    Here's the ABC song from the screenshot above: wonderful.abc - What a Wonderful World

    You can paste it into ABC Player to listen to it, or download wonderful.mp3.

    It makes use of the triplet option (note the "/3" in the note lengths in the Lute part).

    Code:
    %%song-title       What a Wonderful World
    %%song-composer    Louis Armstrong
    %%song-duration    2:10
    %%song-transcriber Digero of Landroval
    
    %%abc-creator LOTRO Maestro v1.0.0
    %%abc-version 2.0
    
    
    X: 1
    T: What a Wonderful World (2:10) - Lute [band/wonderful 1]
    %%part-name Lute
    C: Louis Armstrong
    Z: Digero of Landroval
    M: 4/4
    Q: 70
    K: C maj
    
    +f+ ^D2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 f2/3 c2/3 G2/3 |
    ^D2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 f2/3 =d2/3 A2/3 |
    ^D2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 G2/3 A2/3 =d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 |
    ^D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 ^d2/3 c2/3 G2/3 =D2/3 =G2/3 ^A2/3 =d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 |
    ^D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 f2/3 c2/3 G2/3 D2/3 =G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 |
    D2/3 G2/3 B2/3 d2/3 B2/3 G2/3 C2/3 ^D2/3 G2/3 c2/3 G2/3 D2/3 |
    B,2/3 ^F2/3 B2/3 ^d2/3 B2/3 F2/3 B,2/3 F2/3 B2/3 d2/3 B2/3 F2/3 |
    ^A,2/3 F2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 G2/3 F2/3 A,2/3 F2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 G2/3 F2/3 |
    ^D2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 D2/3 G2/3 B2/3 d2/3 B2/3 G2/3 |
    % Bar 10 (0:30)
    ^D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 ^d2/3 c2/3 G2/3 ^A,2/3 =D2/3 F2/3 ^A2/3 F2/3 D2/3 |
    ^D2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 G2/3 A2/3 =d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 |
    ^D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 ^d2/3 c2/3 G2/3 =G2/3 ^A2/3 =d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 |
    F2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 ^d2/3 c2/3 G2/3 ^D2/3 =G2/3 ^A2/3 d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 |
    G2/3 B2/3 d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 B2/3 C2/3 ^D2/3 G2/3 c2/3 G2/3 D2/3 |
    B,2/3 ^F2/3 B2/3 ^d2/3 B2/3 F2/3 B,2/3 F2/3 B2/3 d2/3 B2/3 F2/3 |
    ^A,2/3 F2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 G2/3 F2/3 A,2/3 F2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 G2/3 F2/3 |
    ^D2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 d2/3 c2/3 G2/3 |
    ^D2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 D2/3 G2/3 A2/3 d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 |
    ^A,2/3 ^G2/3 ^A2/3 d2/3 A2/3 =G2/3 A,2/3 ^G2/3 A2/3 d2/3 A2/3 F2/3 |
    % Bar 20 (1:05)
    ^D2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 D2/3 A2/3 d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 |
    ^A,2/3 ^G2/3 ^A2/3 d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 A,2/3 G2/3 A2/3 d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 |
    ^D2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 D2/3 A2/3 d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 |
    z2/3 [C2/3c2/3] [C2/3c2/3] [C2c2] z2/3 [D2/3d2/3] [D2/3d2/3] [D2d2] |
    z2/3 [^D2/3^d2/3] [D2/3d2/3] [D2d2] z2/3 [F2/3f2/3] [F2/3f2/3] [F2/3f2/3] [F2/3f2/3] [F2/3f2/3] |
    +mf+ C2/3 +mp+ ^D2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 G2/3 D2/3 +mf+ E2/3 G2/3 +mp+ A2/3 +mf+ ^c2/3 +mp+ A2/3 G2/3 |
    +mf+ F2/3 +mp+ ^G2/3 c2/3 f2/3 +mf+ c2/3 G2/3 +mp+ ^A,2/3 +mf+ D2/3 F2/3 ^A2/3 F2/3 D2/3 |
    +f+ ^D2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 G2/3 A2/3 =d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 |
    ^D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 ^d2/3 c2/3 G2/3 =D2/3 =G2/3 ^A2/3 =d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 |
    ^D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 f2/3 c2/3 G2/3 D2/3 =G2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 |
    % Bar 30 (1:39)
    D2/3 G2/3 B2/3 d2/3 B2/3 G2/3 C2/3 ^D2/3 G2/3 c2/3 G2/3 D2/3 |
    B,2/3 ^F2/3 B2/3 ^d2/3 B2/3 F2/3 B,2/3 F2/3 B2/3 d2/3 B2/3 F2/3 |
    ^A,2/3 F2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 G2/3 F2/3 A,2/3 F2/3 G2/3 ^A2/3 G2/3 F2/3 |
    ^D2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 G2/3 A2/3 ^c2/3 f2/3 c2/3 A2/3 |
    c2/3 e2/3 g2/3 ^a2/3 g2/3 e2/3 +mf+ c2/3 e2/3 g2/3 a2/3 g2/3 e2/3 |
    +mp+ F2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 +mf+ f2/3 +mp+ c2/3 G2/3 +mf+ F2/3 +mp+ G2/3 c2/3 +mf+ f2/3 +mp+ c2/3 G2/3 |
    +mf+ ^A2/3 +mp+ d2/3 f2/3 ^a2/3 +mf+ f2/3 +mp+ d2/3 +mf+ A2/3 d2/3 f2/3 +mp+ a2/3 +mf+ f2/3 d2/3 |
    +f+ ^D2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 g2/3 d2/3 A2/3 D2/3 ^G2/3 c2/3 f2/3 c2/3 G2/3 |
    ^D2/3 ^A2/3 ^d2/3 ^a2/3 g2/3 A2/3 D4 |
    z8 |]
    
    
    X: 2
    T: What a Wonderful World (2:10) - Harp [band/wonderful 2]
    %%part-name Harp
    C: Louis Armstrong
    Z: Digero of Landroval
    M: 4/4
    Q: 70
    K: C maj
    
    +p+ ^D,2 [G2^A2^d2] ^G,2 [^G2c2d2] |
    ^D,2 [G2^A2^d2] ^G,2 [^G2c2d2] |
    ^D,2 [G2^A2^d2] G,2 [G2A2=d2] |
    ^G,2 [^G2c2^d2] =G,2 [=G2^A2=d2] |
    F,2 [F2^G2c2] ^D,2 [=G2^A2^d2] |
    G,2 [F2B2d2] C2 [G2c2^d2] |
    B,2- [B,4/3^F4/3-B4/3-^d4/3-] [^D2/3F2/3B2/3d2/3] F2 [D2/3B2/3-d2/3-] [B2/3-d2/3-] [F2/3B2/3d2/3] |
    ^A,2- [A,4/3F4/3-^A4/3-d4/3-] [D2/3F2/3A2/3d2/3] F2 [D4/3A4/3-d4/3-] [F2/3A2/3d2/3] |
    ^D,2 [G2^A2^d2] D,2 [G2B2d2] |
    % Bar 10 (0:30)
    ^G,2 [^G2c2^d2] ^A,2 [F2^A2=d2] |
    ^D,2 [G2^A2^d2] G,2 [G2A2=d2] |
    ^G,2 [^G2c2^d2] =G,2 [=G2^A2=d2] |
    F,2 [F2^G2c2] ^D,2 [=G2^A2^d2] |
    G,2 [F2B2d2] C2 [G2c2^d2] |
    B,2- [B,4/3^F4/3-B4/3-^d4/3-] [^D2/3F2/3B2/3d2/3] F2 [D2/3B2/3-d2/3-] [B2/3-d2/3-] [F2/3B2/3d2/3] |
    ^A,2- [A,4/3F4/3-^A4/3-d4/3-] [D2/3F2/3A2/3d2/3] F2 [D4/3A4/3-d4/3-] [F2/3A2/3d2/3] |
    ^D,2 [G2^A2^d2] ^G,2 [^G2c2d2] |
    ^D,2- [D,4/3G4/3-^A4/3-^d4/3-] [G,2/3G2/3A2/3d2/3] ^A,2 [G,4/3G4/3-A4/3-d4/3-] [A,2/3G2/3A2/3d2/3] |
    ^A,2- [A,4/3^A4/3-d4/3-f4/3-] [D2/3A2/3d2/3f2/3] F2 [D4/3A4/3-d4/3-f4/3-] [F2/3A2/3d2/3f2/3] |
    % Bar 20 (1:05)
    ^D,2- [D,4/3^A4/3-^d4/3-g4/3-] [G,2/3A2/3d2/3g2/3] ^A,2 [G,4/3A4/3-d4/3-g4/3-] [A,2/3A2/3d2/3g2/3] |
    ^A,2- [A,4/3^A4/3-d4/3-f4/3-] [D2/3A2/3d2/3f2/3] F2 [D4/3A4/3-d4/3-f4/3-] [F2/3A2/3d2/3f2/3] |
    ^D,2- [D,2/3^A2/3-^d2/3-g2/3-] [A2/3-d2/3-g2/3-] [G,2/3A2/3d2/3g2/3] ^A,2 [G,4/3A4/3-d4/3-g4/3-] [A,2/3A2/3d2/3g2/3] |
    C2 [c2^d2g2] D2 [=d2f2^a2] |
    ^D2 [^d2g2c'2] F2 [=d2f2^a2] |
    C2 [^d2g2c'2] E2 [e2g2^a2] |
    F2 [f2^g2c'2] ^A,2 [d2f2^a2] |
    ^D,2 [G2^A2^d2] G,2 [G2A2=d2] |
    ^G,2 [^G2c2^d2] =G,2 [=G2^A2=d2] |
    F,2 [F2^G2c2] ^D,2 [=G2^A2^d2] |
    % Bar 30 (1:39)
    G,2 [F2B2d2] C2 [G2c2^d2] |
    B,2- [B,4/3^F4/3-B4/3-^d4/3-] [^D2/3F2/3B2/3d2/3] F2 [D4/3B4/3-d4/3-] [F2/3B2/3d2/3] |
    ^A,2- [A,4/3F4/3-^A4/3-d4/3-] [D2/3F2/3A2/3d2/3] F2 [D4/3A4/3-d4/3-] [F2/3A2/3d2/3] |
    ^D,2 [G2^A2^d2] G,2 [G2A2^c2] |
    C2- [C2/3G2/3-c2/3-e2/3-] [G2/3-c2/3-e2/3-] [E2/3G2/3c2/3e2/3] G2 [E4/3c4/3-e4/3-] [G2/3c2/3e2/3] |
    F,2- [F,2/3^G2/3-c2/3-f2/3-] [G2/3-c2/3-f2/3-] [^G,2/3G2/3c2/3f2/3] C2 [G,4/3G4/3-c4/3-f4/3-] [C2/3G2/3c2/3f2/3] |
    ^A,2- [A,4/3F4/3-^A4/3-d4/3-] [D2/3F2/3A2/3d2/3] F2 [D4/3A4/3-d4/3-] [F2/3A2/3d2/3] |
    ^D,2 [G2^A2^d2] ^G,2 [^G2c2d2] |
    ^D,2 ^A,2 [D,4G4^A4^d4] |
    z8 |]
    
    
    X: 3
    T: What a Wonderful World (2:10) - Theorbo [band/wonderful 3]
    %%part-name Theorbo
    C: Louis Armstrong
    Z: Digero of Landroval
    M: 4/4
    Q: 70
    K: C maj
    
    +mf+ ^D,4 ^G,4 |
    ^D,4 ^G,4 |
    ^D,4 G,4 |
    ^G,4 =G,4 |
    F,4 ^D,4 |
    G,4 C4 |
    B,10/3 ^D2/3 ^F2 D4/3 F2/3 |
    ^A,10/3 D2/3 F2 D4/3 F2/3 |
    ^D,4 D,4 |
    % Bar 10 (0:30)
    ^G,4 ^A,2 F,2 |
    ^D,4 G,4 |
    ^G,4 =G,4 |
    F,4 ^D,4 |
    G,4 C4 |
    B,10/3 ^D2/3 ^F11/6 z/6 D7/6 z/6 F/ z/6 |
    ^A,10/3 D2/3 F2 D7/6 z/6 F2/3 |
    ^D,4 ^G,4 |
    ^D,10/3 G,2/3 ^A,2 G,4/3 A,2/3 |
    ^A,10/3 D2/3 F2 D4/3 F2/3 |
    % Bar 20 (1:05)
    ^D,10/3 G,2/3 ^A,2 G,4/3 A,2/3 |
    ^A,10/3 D2/3 F2 D4/3 F2/3 |
    ^D,10/3 G,2/3 ^A,2 G,4/3 A,2/3 |
    C4 ^A,4 |
    C4 ^A,4 |
    ^D,4 E,4 |
    F,2 E,2 ^A,4 |
    ^D,4 G,4 |
    ^G,4 =G,4 |
    F,4 ^D,4 |
    % Bar 30 (1:39)
    G,4 C4 |
    B,10/3 ^D2/3 ^F2 D4/3 F2/3 |
    ^A,10/3 D2/3 F2 D4/3 F2/3 |
    ^D,4 G,4 |
    C10/3 E2/3 G2 E4/3 G2/3 |
    F,10/3 ^G,2/3 C2 G,4/3 C2/3 |
    ^A,10/3 D2/3 F2 D4/3 F2/3 |
    ^D,4 ^G,4 |
    ^D,8 |
    z8 |]
    
    
    X: 4
    T: What a Wonderful World (2:10) - Flute [band/wonderful 4]
    %%part-name Flute
    C: Louis Armstrong
    Z: Digero of Landroval
    M: 4/4
    Q: 70
    K: C maj
    
    +mp+ [G,4^A,4^D4] [^G,4C4D4] |
    [G,4^A,4^D4] [^G,4C4D4] |
    [G,4^A,4^D4] [G,4A,4=D4] |
    [^G,4C4^D4] [=G,4^A,4=D4] |
    [^D,4^G,4C4] [D,4=G,4^A,4] |
    [F,4B,4D4] [^D,4G,4C4] |
    [^F,8B,8^D8] |
    [F,4^A,4D4] [F,4^G,4D4] |
    [^D,4G,4^A,4] [D,4G,4B,4] |
    % Bar 10 (0:30)
    [G,4^G,4C4] +f+ [F,/3-G,/3-^A,/3D/3-] [F,/3-G,/3-=A,/3D/3-] [F,/3-G,/3-^A,/3D/3-] [F,/3-G,/3-C/3D/3] [F,/3-G,/3-D/3-] [F,/3-G,/3-D/3-^D/3] [F,/3-G,/3-=D/3-F/3]
    	[F,/3-G,/3-D/3-G/3] [F,/3-G,/3-D/3-^G/3] [F,/3-G,/3-D/3-^A/3] [F,/3-G,/3-D/3-c/3] [F,/3G,/3D/3d/3] |
    [G,4^A,4^D4^d4-] +mp+ [G,4A,4=D4d4] |
    [^G,4C4^D4] [=G,4^A,4=D4] |
    [^D,4^G,4C4] [D,4=G,4^A,4] |
    [F,4B,4D4] [G,4C4^D4] |
    [^F,8B,8^D8] |
    [F,4^A,4D4] [F,4^G,4D4] |
    [^D,4G,4^A,4] [D,4^G,4C4] |
    [^D,8G,8^A,8] |
    [F,8^G,8D8] |
    % Bar 20 (1:05)
    [G,8^A,8^D8] |
    [F,8^G,8D8] |
    [G,8^A,8^D8] |
    [G,4C4^D4] [F,4^A,4=D4] |
    [G,4C4^D4] [F,4^A,4=D4] |
    [G,4C4^D4] [G,4^A,4E4] |
    [^G,2C2^D2] [=G,2^A,2E2] [F,4^G,4=D4] |
    [G,4^A,4^D4] [G,4A,4=D4] |
    [^G,4C4^D4] [=G,4^A,4=D4] |
    [^D,4^G,4C4] [D,4=G,4^A,4] |
    % Bar 30 (1:39)
    [F,4B,4D4] [G,4C4^D4] |
    [^F,8B,8^D8] |
    [F,4^A,4D4] [F,4^G,4D4] |
    [G,4^A,4^D4] [F,4A,4^C4] |
    [E,8G,8^A,8] |
    [^D,8-^G,8-C8-] |
    [^D,4^G,4C4] [=D,4G,4B,4] |
    [^D,4G,4^A,4] [F,4^G,4C4] |
    [G,8^A,8^D8] |
    z8 |]
    
    
    X: 6
    T: What a Wonderful World (2:10) - Horn [band/wonderful 6]
    %%part-name Horn
    C: Louis Armstrong
    Z: Digero of Landroval
    M: 4/4
    Q: 70
    K: C maj
    
    +f+ z8 |
    z6 ^A,4/3 D2/3- |
    D/6 z/6 ^D17/6 G5/6 ^A4- |
    ^A c11/6 c/ c5/6 A23/6- |
    ^A ^G3/2 z/6 G/3 z/3 G/ z/6 =G7/6 z/6 G5/3 z/6 G5/6 |
    F4/3 z/6 F z/6 F/3 z/3 F2/3 ^D5/2 z/6 D/3 z/3 D/ z/6 |
    ^D4/3 z/6 D z/3 D5/6 z/6 D25/6- |
    ^D5/3 z/3 D7/6 z/6 D5/6 =D7/6 ^D3/2 F2/3 z/ |
    G8- |
    % Bar 10 (0:30)
    G35/6 z/6 ^A,7/6 z/6 D2/3- |
    D/6 z/6 ^D17/6 G5/6 ^A4- |
    ^A c5/3 z/6 c2/3 z/6 c/ A23/6- |
    [^G/6-^A/6] G13/6 z/3 G/3 z/3 G2/3 =G3 z/6 G5/6 |
    F5/2 z/6 F7/6 ^D17/6 z/6 D/3 z/6 D2/3 |
    z/6 ^D7/6 z/3 D z/6 D z/6 D4- |
    ^D7/3 z/ D/3 z/6 D2/3 =D7/6- [D/6^D/6-] D7/6 F3/2 |
    ^D8- |
    ^D6- D z/6 D5/6 |
    F4/3 z/6 F z/3 F/3 z/6 F/ z/6 F z/6 ^A,4/3 z2/3 A,5/6 |
    % Bar 20 (1:05)
    ^G7/6 =G7/6 z/3 G/- [^F/6-G/6] F/ G3 ^D7/6 |
    F4/3 z/6 F z/3 F/ F2/3 F7/6 ^A,11/6 z/6 F5/6 |
    ^G7/6 z/6 =G5/6 z/ G/ ^F2/3 z/6 G7/3 z/6 G2/3 ^A5/6 |
    c7/3 z/3 c/3 z/3 c/ z/6 ^A5/2 z/6 G/- [G/6A/6-] A2/3 |
    c7/3 z/3 c/ z/6 c/ z/6 ^A23/6 z/6 |
    z c4/3 z/3 c/3 z/3 c/ z/6 ^A7/3 z5/6 A5/6 |
    ^G2 =G13/6 F11/6 z/6 ^A,7/6 D2/3- |
    D/6 ^D3 G ^A23/6- |
    ^A5/6 z/6 c4/3 z/3 c/ z/6 c2/3 A4- |
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    [^D,2/3^A2/3] D,2/3 D,2/3 +f+ [D,2/3^D2/3] +mf+ D,2/3 D,2/3 [D,2/3A2/3] D,2/3 D,2/3 +f+ [D,2/3D2/3] +mf+ D,2/3 D,2/3 |
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    [^D,2/3^A2/3] D,2/3 D,2/3 +f+ [D,2/3^D2/3] +mf+ D,2/3 D,2/3 [D,2/3A2/3] D,2/3 D,2/3 +f+ [D,2/3D2/3] +mf+ D,2/3 D,2/3 |
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    Geändert von Digero (01.09.2013 um 05:39 Uhr)
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    Maestro - Convert MIDI files to ABC
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    This looks great! Even though I edit midis to get them into range in another program before running them through a converter, I'm a bit of a visual person, so with these added features above the MIDI player I really look forward to using it! Thanks Digero
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    Yay, fantastic! Didn't see this one coming!

    *looks forward to a lot of fun testing*
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    Tried it a bit, lovely results! A couple of questions already:

    The converter reads (and converts) the dynamics of the midi file as well, which I had dearly hoped for, so yay! Is there a way to boost/reduce the dynamics for individual tracks from within Maestro, though, if you want to increase or lower the volume for certain instruments?

    Is there a way to manually reorder the parts list from within Maestro? (for instance, if I don't want all flute tracks together, but have one way down in the list). I can of course do so via cut+paste in Notepad, but in-house editing would be lovely.

    I suppose hoping for a functionality where you can mark some notes you want to exclude from the conversion would be too much? That'll take yer well into midi editor territory, I suppose *smiles*

    But this is grand stuff indeed! Thank yer for the already excellent work!
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    I was going to ask much the same as Linawillow actually, and also make comment about the surprise of having the dynamics in the ABC.
    I have only tried one song (sans drums, so can't comment on that function as yet, though what I saw looked like it should do quite well), which I am currently working on (putting dynamics in) that I had put through the MIDI Player to convert to ABC and was really happy at having the header information done for me after I input the information once. I had forgotten that I had decided to change one of my tracks from flute to clarinet, and although I could have changed just the X number and instrument name myself in the ABC file, I tried deleting the flute part to redo it for clarinet. Except both flute parts I had got deleted, and then after redoing the first flute part again it ended up an octave too low, but that may all have been because I was rushing and not paying attention to what I was doing with the new features.

    Also need to make mention of the inclusion of the bar and timestamp indication in the ABC file, love it.

    I am well impressed with the changes you've made to your converter Digero, so much so I will probably go back to Melody Assistant to change the dynamics how I want them with this song I'm currently working on rather than keep going through the ABC file. There's lots of dynamic nuances, and it will be so much easier for me (as a visual person) to do it where I can see it goes on the staff rather than in amongst a bunch of letters and numbers Although I know how to adjust dynamics in each track in Melody Assistant, it's not something I've done much with the midis in the past, but will be investigating and altering them more now!
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    Zitat Zitat von Linawillow Beitrag anzeigen
    Tried it a bit, lovely results! A couple of questions already:

    The converter reads (and converts) the dynamics of the midi file as well, which I had dearly hoped for, so yay! Is there a way to boost/reduce the dynamics for individual tracks from within Maestro, though, if you want to increase or lower the volume for certain instruments?
    I might be able to add that eventually: actually altering the volume per-track is easy, the hard part is writing UI for you to be able to configure it . In the meantime, editing the MIDI beforehand is your best bet: change the channel volume on the particular tracks you want to edit. I also created a little javascript-based ABC Volume editor that you can use to increase or decrease the volume in a block of ABC text: http://lotro.acasylum.com/abc/abcvolume.html.


    Zitat Zitat von Linawillow Beitrag anzeigen
    Is there a way to manually reorder the parts list from within Maestro? (for instance, if I don't want all flute tracks together, but have one way down in the list). I can of course do so via cut+paste in Notepad, but in-house editing would be lovely.
    Not directly: Maestro always groups parts together if they have the same base part number in the ABC Part Numbering options. Though if you want more control, you can disable automatic part numbering, and then it'll sort by part number. To disable automatic part numbering, click the gear icon next to the part number, then set all instruments to "1", and the increment dropdown to "1".


    Zitat Zitat von Linawillow Beitrag anzeigen
    I suppose hoping for a functionality where you can mark some notes you want to exclude from the conversion would be too much? That'll take yer well into midi editor territory, I suppose *smiles*
    Yeah that's straying into MIDI editor territory, which I explicitly avoided because it makes everything more complicated. For example, it would be very time consuming to write a UI to select note(s) in the song. It may be simpler to add something like, for example: "Don't play notes above D3", or "Don't play notes after 1m 32s", but don't hold your breath.
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    Wow, that's never happened to me unless I purposely merged the tracks in the midi. Weird.

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    Ingleton I wonder if perhaps you missed clicking on 'new part' when selecting the next instrument you wanted to do, and so ended up with two instruments checked in the right-side panel? That would end up with two instruments merged into one part I would imagine.

    I'm going to say a big 'Thank You' again Digero, as now our band can play a song at a proper fast tempo that we hadn't been able to achieve before due to a 'note too short' error. We'd tried a few ideas, but nothing worked until it was put through Maestro, which came up trumps, yay!

    One other thing I have discovered is that for clarinet the low C gets transposed up an octave, because technically it's out of range (it would happen for the horn to I guess). That's well and dandy! (except if you deliberately wanted the clarinet 'cough' sound )
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    No, it has nothing to do with clicking on more then one part. Lotro midi player and sadly, this program as well has a tendency to put tracks together if they share a midi track (or is it channel?). It's not a big problem if the parts can logically be covered by the same instrument. However, sometimes it will merge two tracks that shouldn't go together. One time, it merged a guitar track and a choir ahh tack on me. One of the ways you can fix this is to import the midi into Melody Assistant (probably Anvil as well) and export it back as a midi1. This will cause Lotro Midi Player and Maestro to see them as separate tracks.

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    Maestro doesn't merge MIDI tracks together when opening the file. However, only type 1 MIDI files contain track information in the file. If the MIDI file is type 0, then everything is in a single track. Maestro attempts to handle type 0 MIDI files by creating a separate track for each channel when you open the file. It's possible that MIDI editors like Anvil do something different when opening type 0 MIDI files (e.g., perhaps if a single channel uses multiple instruments, split it by instrument as well). In any case, I'd recommend using type 1 MIDI files if you have a choice.

    If the MIDI *is* type 1 and Maestro is still having problems with it, log a bug ("New issue") and attach the .mid file to the bug.
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    Zitat Zitat von Libera112 Beitrag anzeigen
    I use Anvil Studio (free edition) to edit my midi's but I can't figure out how to increase the volume or decrease the volume in a track.
    I don't have Anvil available at the moment, but going from memory, there's a slider near where you pick the note length (quarter note, half note, etc) that lets you change the velocity of that note. I don't know how you change the channel volume though. You might want to start a thread about using Anvil studio; other people might be able to help you better and won't see your question buried in this thread.



    Zitat Zitat von AvalonMists Beitrag anzeigen
    I'm going to say a big 'Thank You' again Digero, as now our band can play a song at a proper fast tempo that we hadn't been able to achieve before due to a 'note too short' error. We'd tried a few ideas, but nothing worked until it was put through Maestro, which came up trumps, yay!

    One other thing I have discovered is that for clarinet the low C gets transposed up an octave, because technically it's out of range (it would happen for the horn to I guess). That's well and dandy! (except if you deliberately wanted the clarinet 'cough' sound )
    Cool! Yeah, Maestro will lengthen short notes (and split long notes) to make sure there are no errors in LOTRO, even if you crank up (or down) the tempo. Though LOTRO doesn't tend to handle fast notes very well; the note timing in game seems less precise (sloppier) than Maestro's ABC preview. So be sure to try those songs in practice with your band before performing them to make sure they sound good.

    And yes, Maestro will transpose the bottom two Clarinet notes (as well as the bottom Horn note and bottom two Pibgorn notes*), just like it does with notes that are out of range. There's no way to get the breath/cough sound using Maestro, so you'd have to manually edit the ABC if you wanted that.

    (* It'll also highlight in red any Pibgorn notes that will play at the wrong pitch: A#2, G#2, and A#4, but won't transpose them for you.)
    Geändert von Digero (10.09.2013 um 23:14 Uhr)
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    Oh yes, the group tested the song in-game. I was worried how it might have sounded, guessing that for it to be played at a faster tempo something else would be sacrificed, but we were all happy with the result

    Ah yes, MIDI type 0 files I've come across and used, but I guess I've never had the issue of tracks being combined in ABCs since I always edit in Melody Assistant and if I'm not converting it to ABC straight from my editor I always export as MIDI type 1.

    Libera I discovered there's a number of ways to edit note velocities in Melody Assistant, there may be more than one way in Anvil. Had you tried 'help' or looked for tutorials about it?
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    Thumbs up

    Awesome tool, love it. Thank you many times for making it.

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    I have stumbled across this while hunting for some bagpipe music for my Mini.

    First let me say, I am Mac based and can tell folks what they need to do to run the Java under OSX Mavericks -- but that is a separate issue.

    I started out by cutting and pasting: Jig Medley: Speed the Plough, Miss Monaghan, The Last House in Connacht, Collier’s Reel
    from http://lotromusic.mymiddleearth.com/...lfolkcultural/
    This is an ABC file.

    I stuck that in my Music folder for the Mac Client calling it "Jig Medley"; type /music and /play - duh... nothing but a constant repetition of one note.

    So I launch the Maestro.jar file and drag the file into it. Very nice sounds like a whole band.

    So I select "I" -- Bagpipe -- and click play -- bingo -- bagpipes!

    Next I click Export ABC and try the new file in LOTRO -- same one-note sounds.

    The ABC file has changed from X:11 to X:7 and the notated cords have been changed.
    However, when compared to a file for GaryOwen which was "transcribed by LotRO MIDI Player" according to the Z record; the "style of notation" is different.

    So... am I simply totally confused in my expectations? Doing something wrong? Not doing something?

    My overall goal was to take this ABC file and "convert" it such as necessary to allow it to be played on my bagpipes!
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    Ah, so this is what the Maestro program does. Are you the creator/designer/maintainer for the Maestro and ABC Player programs?
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    Zitat Zitat von Banaticus Beitrag anzeigen
    Ah, so this is what the Maestro program does. Are you the creator/designer/maintainer for the Maestro and ABC Player programs?
    Yup.

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    Digero, I apologize for the error, but in my defense I erred on the side of caution. This morning I ran an online scan specifically of the Maestro 2.3.0 msi file with ESET NOD32. It detected no malware. Its possible that the Trojan I picked up was from an abc file download site. I only detected it after doing a full scan with Norton 360 immediately after excluding your msi file and downloading it again. Those were the only downloads or unusual sites I had visited. I hope you understand my caution.
    Norton will whitelist your file if you contact them.
    Here's a link.
    https://submit.symantec.com/whitelist/
    Again, please accept my apology. I appreciate all the hard work you do developing software to enrich the lives of fellow gamers.
    Geändert von Bevin (10.08.2017 um 10:10 Uhr)

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    Zitat Zitat von Bevin Beitrag anzeigen
    The link in Digero's post now leads to a github page. Due to no fault of Digero's, I'm sure, the download of the maestro.msi includes a Trojan virus, Trojan Kotver!gm2, found by Symantec Norton 360. I'm not sure if the zip file also includes malware, but Norton labels it as unsafe. That might be a false positive, but the msi file is definitely compromised.
    If anyone knows of a safe download site for Maestro now, I might still be interested in trying it.
    Thanks.
    Don't be silly. Of course it's safe to download; https://github.com/digero/maestro/re...tro_v2.3.0.zip

    And I tell you what; the best AV is yourself.
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    Zitat Zitat von Bevin Beitrag anzeigen
    The link in Digero's post now leads to a github page. Due to no fault of Digero's, I'm sure, the download of the maestro.msi includes a Trojan virus, Trojan Kotver!gm2, found by Symantec Norton 360. I'm not sure if the zip file also includes malware, but Norton labels it as unsafe. That might be a false positive, but the msi file is definitely compromised.
    If anyone knows of a safe download site for Maestro now, I might still be interested in trying it.
    Thanks.
    Hi Bevin,

    The installer does NOT have a virus. I just scanned Maestro_v2.3.0.msi downloaded from the github page using Windows Defender on my computer, and two online file scanners: MetaDefender and VirusTotal, and there were no viruses detected. Additionally VirusTotal shows that the file has the same hash as the first time it was scanned by that site in December 2015 (i.e. it has not been modified since then).

    Can you please confirm that you're downloading the file from https://github.com/digero/maestro/releases? It's possible that you have a virus that's infecting other files that you download. I would recommend doing a complete scan of your computer.

    Thanks,
    Digero
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    Whoah, Digero! I can hardly wait to give it a spin!
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    I've written down some of my thoughts on this program here.

    In short:

    This is a major update from Lotro Midi Player and I'd like to thank Digero for working hard to provide us with another tool to help us create quality ABC's. Howvever, given the negatives, (mainly the volume lvl negative) I can't really recommend this over Firefern just yet. It is good for some of the simpler stuff if you are not too concerned about instruments blaring out at you drowning out all the others. It's also good for when/if the Firefern server crashes as a off-line alternative as long as you know how to work around the negatives. Until Digero updates it to fix some of those negatives, I'll stick with Firefern.

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    Didn't check the forums for a while and voila ... very sweet .. a new option on the conversion horizon and a good one.

    Apart from the issues (volume control - which can easily be fixed, and some multispeed-midi problems) I have to say:

    Very nice, for the straight forward conversion of midi's without tempo changes I can see this one will beat fireferns once the volume is adjustable. It suits my way of transcribing because it is possible to listen to every change and decide on wether it sounds good or not - in real time!

    The most important thing with this new transcriber are the drums. The idea to make every single drum sound adjustable - in real time - is just brilliant. Using the same drum conversion map for all songs does not work perfectly, but using a good default one and having the option to switch sounds while listening to the song - that is the final answer to drum conversion - kudos for that, Digero!

    It took me exactly 3 minutes from installing the program to obtain a good sounding 6-part ABC file - so from my point of view the interface is designed in a good way. Also (this is one of the critics I have with respect to fireferns) I think it is good not to propose a default conversion - this way the user is forced to actually listen into the tune and decide which instruments to pick for the midi tracks ... so finally the following discussion will not happen anymore:

    Why do you play harmonics on a theorbo? Should be better to play it on a lute or a harp! - But fireferns said it's a theorbo - (facepalm)

    Some minor problem from my point of view is that I didn't understand how to get the numbering of parts as I'd like to have them - maybe I was just too impatient there.

    I'm eagerly waiting for the next updates
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    Zitat Zitat von SchorschiSchrumpf Beitrag anzeigen
    Why do you play harmonics on a theorbo? Should be better to play it on a lute or a harp! - But fireferns said it's a theorbo - (facepalm)
    Heh, that was a very simple midi-sound-to-instrument table, it looks like this (low, medium, high range):

    Code:
    // 25-32 GUITAR
       24:({"theorbo","harp","harp"}), // Ac.Guitar (nylon)
       25:({"theorbo","harp","harp"}), // Ac.Guitar (steel)
       26:({"theorbo","harp","harp"}), // El.Guitar (jazz)
       27:({"theorbo","harp","harp"}), // El.Guitar (clean)
       28:({"theorbo","harp","harp"}), // El.Guitar (mut)
       29:({"theorbo","harp","harp"}), // Overd.Guitar
       30:({"bagpipe","clarinet","clarinet"}), // Distortion Guitar
       31:"no", // Guitar Harmonics
    so harmonics shouldn't actually generate a line... but ah well.

    /Mirar
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    Thanks for all the comments everyone. To be completely honest, I wasn't expecting people to care as much about volume dynamics as y'all who've posted in this thread do . That's not a bad thing, but I just didn't put as much effort into that feature as I might have if I'd known how important it was. It will be the next thing I work on, but just to set expectations: it could be a few weeks before I have time to work on Maestro.

    And just a quick note about Firefern's converter. I didn't create Maestro with the intention to "compete" with or be better than Firefern's converter. I actually started on Maestro a few years ago just for myself to make ABC files to play with my kin. I'd been working on and using Maestro for quite a while before I heard about Firefern (when someone asked if that's what I used to make ABC songs). So I'm not very familiar with the features in Firefern's, since I'd been using my own program for the most part.

    (For the interested, I started working on Maestro before ABC Player. I knew I could polish up the ABC Preview part of Maestro much more easily, so I released that first as ABC Player. I only recently decided to put in the effort to fix up Maestro and make it usable by people other than myself. )

    Zitat Zitat von ToppDog2000 Beitrag anzeigen
    1. Is there a way to have the volume levels of the different tracks transfer from a midi composer app, such as Anvil Studio, to Maestro?

    Or, if not:

    2. Is there a way to adjust the volume of the tracks in Maestro so it will convert to the .abc files?
    Zitat Zitat von ToppDog2000 Beitrag anzeigen
    Ah, I noticed that the volumes are transferred, it's just that the differences are very subtle.
    Yes, as you noted, the volume levels do transfer. Maestro maps the full range of MIDI volumes (1-127) onto almost the full range of ABC volumes (+pppp+ to +fff+). In reality, LOTRO instruments don't have as much dynamic range as MIDI instruments: the ABC volume +pppp+ is not as quiet as MIDI volume 1% (it's closer to 50%). So that could make it sound like the differences in volume are more subtle.
    Geändert von Digero (19.09.2013 um 00:57 Uhr)
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