I only want a piano visualiser for one reason only. To practice pieces of music that sheet music does not exit for. But this seems a bit too good to be true!

This video here for example, a bit long winded, but he basically says that you can download something called MIDI Trail that will allow you to convert any audio (once in midi form) into a form that shows all the notes as if played on the piano.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VsWeLYLTZoQ&t=&ab_channel=StudioHacks

He says that the visualizer he refers to here (Midi Trail) is free, but that it's only for Mac PCs. I presume that any visualiser that is 'free' will likely be useless, or difficult to download. For example, I tried this one and it didn't work:

https://www.reddit.com/r/piano/comments/fsqyte/i_made_a_piano_visualizer_free_to_download/

But even if I could pay for such a thing, that would still be fantastic. Anyone know the best way of going about this, as it does seem complicated so far? My intention with a piano visualiser would not be to spoil myself, but only look at the notes after already attempted figuring the song out by ear.

Last edited by Visalia; 11/21/20 11:10 AM.