Easy to use
An on screen 'assistant' guides you through the individual operating steps.
You can use this online help anywhere in the program.
MIDI-Connections-Scan uses a note/symbol database to analyse the printed music.
Because there are so many ways music has been printed, occasionally you may
find a symbol, or note formation not listed in the database. By adding this
unrecognised note or symbol to the database you 'teach' MIDI-Connections-Scan
to identify this new object in future scans.
MIDI-Connections-Scan has an integrated method of analysing and learning special
fonts. Each time a scan is made, the programs ability to recognise these special
fonts is improved. The online assistant will help you to find unknown symbols
(or parts of them), then analyse and finally store them in the user database for future use.
Supported file format
Once scanned, the data is exported as an industry standard MIDI file (.mid)
for use on sequencer and notation programs, or a MIDI file keyboard.
MIDI-Connections-Light sequencer program for Windows is included in this
package for playing, editing and printing scanned music (for personal use).
_ Analyse from a single stave up to a
conductors score containing four individual
_ Capable of learning by analysis.
_ Integration of unique symbol databases
_ Playing notes of the analysed music
_ Storing songs as MIDI (.mid) data or
_ Graphic functions include turning, drawing
points and lines, deleting, etc.
_ Resolutions of 400, 600 or 1200 dpi
_ operating system XP, Vista, Win7, Win8
_ installed MIDI-playback