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Is it possible to use Audiobox USB's analog-to-digital converter, to serve as midi input of an audio signal to Notion?

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asked May 23, 2018 in Notion by ianhiscoe (170 points)
I can't read music well enough to properly notate my own compositions. I want to use Notion as a compositional and production tool, and collaborative aid, but also as a means of improving my sight-reading. Stripped down, what I want to know is whether I can use my Audiobx to convert the audio (microphone) and/or line (guitar pickup) output of my electro-acoustic guitar into an independently useful midi signal.

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answered Jun 7, 2018 by ChrisS23 (13,770 points)
Quick answer is no, however there are some workarounds:
1. Use something like Melodyne in Studio One to convert captured audio to MIDI, quantise and tempo map, then send the data to Notion
2. Use a MIDI Guitar, or MIDI Convertor for Guitar (like Fishman TriplePlay) to directly convert your guitar to MIDI, and connect to Notion (and in the case of the TriplePlay, you can connect wirelessly)