Note recognition software for macOS that helps you visualize the song's audio spectrum and automatically generates the music sheets
AnthemScore review by publisher Lunaverus: What is AnthemScore software from Lunaverus, what is it used for and how to use it?
AnthemScore is a program designed to help you quickly transcribe music recordings such as MP3s.
First, it will attempt to automatically identify notes and generate sheet music. If the song is not too complicated, you may be done at this point.
Otherwise, you can use the spectrum and virtual keyboard to make corrections and identify individual notes with a couple mouse clicks. Zoom in to listen to short sections of the song.
When you try to match the notes, you can use both sound and sight. Right click to visually check if the spectrogram contains the harmonics for any specific note.
If you have experience with note recognition programs, you probably know that accurate transcription for all types of music is currently an unsolved problem. Automated programs tend to be fast but inaccurate, while manually transcribing a song by ear can be slow and tedious.
AnthemScore uses state of the art algorithms that are accurate enough in some cases to detect many or all of the notes in a song.
It also functions as a powerful tool for manual transcription by creating a color plot of the audio's spectrum and a virtual keyboard so you can transcribe with two of your senses: sight and sound.
AnthemScore is a software product developed by Lunaverus and it is listed in Audio & Multimedia category under Audio Tools. AnthemScore is licensed as Shareware which means that software product is provided as a free download to users but it may be limited in functionality or be time-limited.
You may need to pay at some moment to continue using product or to use all functionalities. You can run AnthemScore on OS X 10.9 or later (Intel only) operating systems. AnthemScore was last time updated on 30.11.-0001 and it has 0 downloads on Download.hr portal.