How to Convert WAV to MIDI With Mac
The WAV file container, pronounced "wave" and short for Waveform audio, contains audio data and allows for adjustable bit rates and sampling rates, making it an ideal format for audio recording. Some audio authoring software requires the MIDI format, used primarily by digital instruments for recording audio data. On Macs and PCs, multiple online services will convert WAVs into MIDIs for no charge.
Open any browser, such as Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox, and go to media-convert.com. Click "Choose File," locate the WAV you wish to convert in the pop-up menu, and click "OK" to choose it.
Opt for "WAV" as your input sound format in the drop-down menu. Next, choose "MIDI" as your target output format.
Click "OK" to convert the Waveform file. After the conversion completes, click the link in the pop-up to download the MIDI.
Go to mediaconverter.org in your favored Web browser.
Select "Upload a file" and track down the WAV you want to convert. Then select "MIDI" as your target format.
Click "Start" to begin the conversion. Once the transfer finishes, click on the download link to download the MIDI.
Go to Zamzar.com in any Web browser.
Click "Choose File" and locate the WAV file you want to convert into an MIDI. Next, select "MIDI" as your output format in the output drop-down menu.
Give Zamzar your email address in the "E-mail" window and click the "Convert" button. After the conversion finishes, you'll receive an email containing your converted WAV file.